Nathan and Joshua Pennell (back) enjoy some pizza whilst Emerson takes the plunge prior to the upcoming pizza/pool party to be held by the St Paul’s Young Singers group.
Nathan and Joshua Pennell (back) enjoy some pizza whilst Emerson takes the plunge prior to the upcoming pizza/pool party to be held by the St Paul’s Young Singers group. Rob Williams

Singers set to make a splash

ST PAUL'S Young Singers are among students during school holidays who are on the lookout for some fun over Easter.

They will hold a pool and pizza party as a social activity to recruit members.

Director of music Michelle Jaques said St Paul's Young Singers, connected with the inner-city Anglican church, was a unique group.

"It is free and really does teach correct singing technique, making it a fantastic opportunity for all families to give their children some music education," she said.

"We do not compete in eisteddfods, but do perform and have social events.

"I have found that parents generally believe that the music that their kids get at school is adequate, but we have a small group where every child can sing solo if they wish, so they can't help but learn to sing well."

Ms Jaques said the choir members rehearsed every week during school terms, and learnt to sing in harmony and with good vocal technique.

Girls and boys aged between eight and 18 years are welcome to join.

Call Ms Jaques on 0409 578 521 for details.



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