Music Makers triumphant return to the stage.

The Music Makers presented their 11th Creative Performance Evening on Saturday 20th November at Kiama Pavilion in front of a very appreciative audience of more than 200 people.

The group started learning routines early 2020 with the concert originally planned for May 2020, when COVID brought the first wave of lockdown restrictions. The show was rescheduled for July 2021, and the Music Makers had finalised routines before COVID spiked again and we went into another four month lockdown.

Coordinator Melissa Hurley is hugely proud of the Music Makers achievement, as she explains.

“The participants were delighted to be up on stage doing what they do best, performing eight routines in eight different dance costumes. They originally learned the routines four months ago, but then they only had three weeks of face-to-face rehearsals before putting on a huge production. They were amazing!

“A big thank you to all our professional support acts, as well as our Star Dancers program who danced on the night. A huge thank you to our sponsors, supports and crew – both staff and volunteers. The Music Makers event is always a big show and it can’t happen without the generous support and hard work of so many. What a night it was!”

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