Students in raptures over Kiwi Rhapsody

TOP BRASS: Talitha Keleher, Liam Sinnamon and Coen Jones in the trombone.
TOP BRASS: Talitha Keleher, Liam Sinnamon and Coen Jones in the trombone. BUNORC

EIGHTEEN music students from Shalom College will pack up their instruments and head to New Zealand today to take part in Rhapsody Rotorua, an annual schools music festival.

The event attracts schools from both New Zealand and Australia and the Shalom students were part of a group of 42 students from Catholic schools in Emerald, Yeppoon and Rockhampton travelling to the event.

The students from further up the coast travelled to Bundaberg yesterday where conducted a final rehearsal in the Shalom College Performing Arts Precinct before heading to New Zealand for the week-long event today.

Topics:  entertainment, music

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