Young tal­ent to shine

The best of pop and mu­si­cal the­atre live at An­chor Bar

Whitsunday Times - - CHILL -

STU­DENTS from Miss Cor­rine’s School of Voice and Per­for­mance will bring their mu­si­cal master­piece to An­chor Bar tonight.

Ten tal­ented vo­cal­ists will join forces to present their end of year show, per­form­ing ren­di­tions of pop songs by artists, in­clud­ing Christina Perry and

Alan Walker as well as hits from The Great­est Show­man.

Mu­sic teacher Cor­rine Hen­drikse said her stu­dents, aged 5–15 years, will demon­strate skills they’ve learned through­out the year but they will also run the gig them­selves, learn­ing such im­por­tant life skills as ver­sa­til­ity and man­age­ment.

Ms Hen­drikse said although this year’s event would be smaller, the qual­ity would be noth­ing short of out­stand­ing.

“Rather than have vol­ume, the fo­cus is on re­ally good qual­ity stu­dents,” she said.

“It’s not just teach­ing them to sing, it’s about teach­ing them per­form­ing and the phys­i­o­log­i­cal as­pects of singing.

“It’s a very holis­tic ap­proach.”

While the end-of-year show had been held in a hired venue pre­vi­ously, this year’s per­for­mance would take place pool­side at the re­cently re­opened An­chor Bar, boast­ing a beau­ti­ful back­drop of Air­lie Beach.

There will be free en­try to the fam­ily-friendly event how­ever food and drinks can be pur­chased from the bar.

Guests are ad­vised to

con­tact An­chor Bar on 4946 6678 to book a ta­ble for din­ner and/or drinks.

Live mu­sic and a great view – what bet­ter set­ting to sup­port lo­cal tal­ent?

PHOTO: CLAU­DIA ALP

YOUNG STARS: Cor­rine Hen­drikse with stu­dents from Miss Cor­rine's School of Voice and Per­for­mance.

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