Hitting the right notes

Abmusic diploma students and graduates Toogarr Morrison, Delta Oui, Joel Davis, Michael Fuller and Brian Lloyd. Picture: Martin Kennealey www.communitypix.com.au d416299
Abmusic diploma students and graduates Toogarr Morrison, Delta Oui, Joel Davis, Michael Fuller and Brian Lloyd. Picture: Martin Kennealey www.communitypix.com.au d416299

This Sunday, the college will open its doors to allow the community to experience all it has to offer. There will be a fundraiser concert to help with the ongoing costs of running the college.

Graduate Candice Lorrae, who now has a teaching job at the college, said Abmusic was a great place to learn and work and it had about 150 students come through each year.

‘Many of the students use music as a vehicle for healing both mentally and physically,’ she said.

She said people could expect a range of fun on Sunday and the event had the support of 15 indigenous acts, some of which were Perth’s most established artists.

Included in the line up will be The Bartlett Brothers, The Merindas and Bryte MC. The new student bands for 2014 will also be playing on the day.

‘While mums and dads can enjoy the great entertainment and stalls, there are fun activities for the kids too,’ Ms Lorrae said.

The little ones will be kept entertained by a big purple dinosaur bouncy castle, a bubble machine and colouring-in stations.

Abmusic students will also hold a sausage sizzle and will be raffling off prizes.

– For details call 9458 9077 or visit abmusic.com.au.

Details
Abmusic Family Concert
295 Manning Road, Waterford
March 16
Noon-5pm
Donation on entry