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Singing Stunning Sounds at SHEP

​Kacee Bromham
From Friday 3 March until Sunday 5 March, Cultural Captain, Kacee Bromham attended The Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University’s State Honours Ensemble Program (SHEP), North Queensland, held in Cairns.
Kacee thoroughly enjoyed the program, saying, “SHEP provided me with the opportunity to work on very challenging vocal pieces with 50 other experienced vocalists. This year we learnt five pieces, including a Japanese Children’s song entitled, Hotaru Koi, meaning ‘A Firefly’, I am so grateful to have had the opportunity to take part in this amazing program, thanks to everyone who made it possible.” 
Thank you to the Ayr High Music Support Group who kindly covered the attendance fee for the program and congratulations Kacee on your achievement.