South West Music's Deniliquin drumming students held thier end of year concert last week.December 10, 2013 4:45am
SWM drum concert.Students Liam Romanin, Charlie Waters, Brooke Begg, Thomas Hills and Ryan Brunker get ready to perform.
South West Music held its end of year drum concert on Wednesday at Deniliquin Intereach Neighbourhood Centre.
Nine students performed pieces in a range of different styles including jazz, funk and rock to an audience of around 50 people.
Teacher Campbell Robinson, who also performed, said the students ‘‘did a great job’’.
‘‘I think they performed well,’’ he said.
‘‘We have two concerts, one mid-year and one end of year, but we just work on getting better all the time.
‘‘I’m looking forward to 2014 and have vacancies for students of any age, even adults who are interested in learning to play.’’
Mr Robinson has had 30 years of musical experience and is an active performer.
He was a feature performer at this year’s Deniliquin Business Excellence Awards in June.
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