More than 50 instrumental students will take the stage at the Salvation Army on Elizabeth street on Saturday for Life Centre Music’s annual concert.
The centre has been holding concerts for about 30 years. This concert will feature keyboard and piano students aged between five and nine. Director Natalie Hillier said the aim of the concert was to give the students the opportunity to perform to their families and friends.
“We like to let the children preform to celebrate their achievements from throughout the year,” she said.
“Part of being a musician is that you get a chance to perform, so we like to give them that opportunity and the parents love it of course.”
All money raised from the concert will be donated to The Examiner’s Empty Stocking Appeal.
“We just like to help the families that struggle around Christmas time, and support those local families and that’s why we always donate to the Empty Stocking Appeal,” Mrs Hillier said.
Entry is $5 per adult, children are free.
The concert starts at 2pm.