Young talent to shine
The best of pop and musical theatre live at Anchor Bar
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?
YOUNG STARS: Corrine Hendrikse with students from Miss Corrine's School of Voice and Performance.