Rock’n’roll on the Taieri

Thanuja Luxmanan (left) and Imogen Hornal (both 15), of St Hilda’s Collegiate School.
Thanuja Luxmanan (left) and Imogen Hornal (both 15), of St Hilda’s Collegiate School.
Nick George (16), of John McGlashan College, with Sue Chef.
Nick George (16), of John McGlashan College, with Sue Chef.
Rylan Urquhart (16), of John McGlashan College, performs solo.
Rylan Urquhart (16), of John McGlashan College, performs solo.
Caleb Tulloch (16), of King’s High School, performs with Sense of Time.
Caleb Tulloch (16), of King’s High School, performs with Sense of Time.
Solo singer Grace Gemmell (13), of Bayfield High School.
Solo singer Grace Gemmell (13), of Bayfield High School.
Sylvie Harper (13), of St Hilda’s, singing with The Sapphire Skies.
Sylvie Harper (13), of St Hilda’s, singing with The Sapphire Skies.
Filthy Haze, with members from Taieri College, Otago Boys’ High School and Bayfield High School.
Filthy Haze, with members from Taieri College, Otago Boys’ High School and Bayfield High School.
Sue Chef, of John McGlashan College.
Sue Chef, of John McGlashan College.

The Otago heats for New Zealand’s nationwide music performance showcase for youth, Smokefree Rockquest, were held in Mosgiel this week.

About 30 performances filled the Taieri College Performing Arts Centre with original music on Thursday night.

Otago Daily Times photographer Peter McIntosh was there. 

 

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