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Kids' concerts still a hit

  • Kids' concerts still a hit
  • Kids' concerts still a hit
  • Kids' concerts still a hit
  • Kids' concerts still a hit
  • Kids' concerts still a hit
  • Kids' concerts still a hit
  • Kids' concerts still a hit
  • Kids' concerts still a hit

SIT Bachelor of Contemporary Music students entertained around 2,500 students over 11 fun-packed kids' concerts with children piling in from Windsor North, Newfield Park, St Josephs, St Patricks, Gorge Road, Waihopai and Otatara primary schools between 26-29 May. This year was the 13th time SIT hosted the series of annual concerts and they have gone from strength to strength.

SIT Music tutor Sally Bodkin-Allen said, “Highlights of the concerts this year were the performances of 'The Cup Song' from Pitch Perfect, which was sung in English and Te Reo Maori, 'Everything is Awesome' from The Lego Movie, 'All About That Bass', and of course 'Let it Go' from Frozen was a big hit with all the girls.” Sally added, “There was lots of singing and dancing going on in the aisles!”

Click here to view a short Youtube clip of the concerts.

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