On Tuesday High Voltage Rock School hosted a concert for the students learning through their music program at Bellaire this year. Students were able to showcase their talents on the big stage in the band room at the Barwon Club in front of family and friends. It was a fabulous celebration of music and as well as giving the kids an opportunity to gain confidence and play in front of an audience it was great for the community to gather and appreciate all the hard work the kids had put in to their music and performances.
Students ranged from preppies to senior students and acts included guitar, drum, keyboard and singing solos to 6 piece rock bands!
Special thanks to Danniel from High Voltage Rock School for organising the event and ensuring it ran smoothly on the night. It was a very encouraging and supportive environment and all performers did such a great job, they should be so proud!
On November 1st, selected students and their families were invited to the opening of the Water Connects Us All exhibition at Geelong Gallery. This exhibition showcases all students who entered, so be sure to stop by these holidays! I would also encourage families to view the amazing showcase of Indigenous works as part of Kungka Kuṉpu (Strong Women). Thank you to Jordan, Tyler, Frida and Charles and their families who represented Bellaire.
Exhibition closes Sunday 25th Feburary, 2024