High school talent on show

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Safety Bay Senior High School’s students will take to the stage in two separate productions this month, showcasing the specialist cheer-dance and special music programs.

The school will host the 10th annual Special Music Showcase at the Koorliny Arts Centre in Kwinana on Tuesday September 17 at 6pm.

Then on Friday, September 20, the cheer-dance students will hit the stage at the Mandurah Performing Arts Centre from 7pm for the Cheer-Dance Spectacular.

Safety Bay Senior High School head of the arts Melissa Wiltshire encouraged parents and the local community to attend.

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“We have some amazingly talented students here at Safety Bay and everyone has worked very hard to make both our Special Music Showcase and Cheer-Dance Spectacular a success,” she said.

Safety Bay Senior High School cheer-dance program co-ordinator Elise Holton said it was “a night not to be missed” with students from years 7 to 12 performing cheerleading routines, as well as pom routines, jazz, hip-hop, lyrical, commercial jazz and contemporary dance.

“They have worked hard all year building their skills culminating in some fantastic routines that were performed during our stellar weekend at the recent Aussie Gold Cheer and Dance State Spectacular held in Perth,” Ms Holton said.

The concert band will perform as part of the special music showcase, followed by guitar and vocal ensembles, and solo pieces.

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