What have we been up to...
Our school director, Seryna Jane, was invited by SBS Pop Asia to go into the studio to share her professional opinion on vocal technique used in K-Pop songs. Not only did she share her thoughts, she also gave host Andy Trieu a crash course singing lesson! Check it out below.
Sutherland Shire Singing has partnered with INC cafe Cronulla to bring you ALMOST FAMOUS: Live music on Friday evenings through summer, featuring some of the school's most advanced and talented students. Feature below is Casey Askew, our first student to showcase her captivating voice! She did a fantastic job! Well done Casey!
We had the absolute pleasure of singing at the Bundeena Twilight Markets in December 2017! Well done to our beautiful choir and our solo singers. You definitely brought the Christmas spirit to the markets.
2017 ended with our wonderful End of Year Concert. Every single student sang beautifully, but even more than that, they got up on stage and sang their hearts out despite their nerves and fear! Well done! You should all be so proud of yourselves! Thank you to all family and friends who came to support our incredible students. With your generous entry donations we were able to raise $197.50 for Limbs for Kids. Thank you!
At Sutherland Shire Singing we are also passionate about...
Sutherland Shire Animal Shelter
Sutherland Shire Council Animal Shelter is a no kill animal shelter that houses stray dogs and cats found in the Sutherland Shire Council and City of Sydney local government area's. They re-home all animals that are not reclaimed by their owners after the required time period.
The animals looking for new homes are housed at their animal shelter until they find their new home. They have a very dedicated and caring team of staff and volunteers who love and care for the animals during their time at the shelter, no matter how long or short.
Adopt! Don't shop!
Click on the button below to visit their Facebook page.
Fish Don't Need Feet
This is Matt Lock, Seryna Jane's wonderful husband. Matt is a scuba diving instructor, and on the 24th August 2016 while filling up a scuba tank for a customer, it exploded next to him. Matt's right leg was severed, his left leg broken and his skull fractured.
Matt is passionate about diving and about sharing his passion with as many people as he can. Just 12 weeks after the accident Matt was back in the water diving and doing what he loves. His journey so far has been an inspirational and encouraging one! Matt has been invited to give motivation talks to schools and companies, and to share his thoughts and experiences on life, hardships and the importance of having goals that get you out of bed every day. Follow his journey on Instagram @fishdontneedfeet or click the button below.