Well done to the Tin Can Bay School Choir, accompanied by Annette Bailey and Teacher Eryn Truin, they enjoyed a day out at the Gympie Eisteddfod
Congratulations to Cooloola Cove brother and sister, Oscar and Ava Sheard, from Victory College for their stunning results at the Gympie Eisteddfod.
Ava received second place for violin 8 years and under, playing Black Velvet Band.
Oscar won first place for violin 10 years and under, playing Chorus from Judas Maccabaeus and also won the trophy for the ‘most promising male strings instrumentalist – 14 years and under’.
Tin Can Bay School Choir were awarded highly commended in the open schools category, accompanied by Annette Bailey and Teacher Eryn Truin
Tina McColl, Acting Principal at Rainbow Beach State School said it was wonderful to see the students competing against other schools and recognising the talents that are hidden around in our region.
“I would like to congratulate Ms Eryn and our choir students on winning the Eisteddfod again this year. Also, a big thank-you also to Annette Bailey, who kindly plays piano for our choir each year. Your talents are appreciated by students, parents and staff.”