Magic Moments Of Electricity
Dr Electric (aka Peter Terren) is Bunbury’s resident high voltage expert. His Tesla coils shoot bolts of lightning in an impressive display not easily forgotten. These have appeared in over 20 TV segments locally including Australia’s Got Talent and overseas including Discovery Channel. Today he shares with us his fascination and expertise with electricity. And he’s brought a small Tesla coil along. Free shocks anyone?
To Build A Home
Studio Of Classical And Contemporary Dance
The Studio of Classical and Contemporary Dance offers professional dance training in a fun and enjoyable environment. Based in Bunbury, the studio offers lessons to children from three years of age upwards, six days per week, focusing on classical ballet and contemporary styles of dance. The quality of teaching offered by The Studio is on par with, or indeed excels, that of the most established dance schools in Perth. Indeed, The Studio’s senior dancers are often chosen to perform with the WA Ballet.
Today, students from the Senior Contemporary class will be performing “To Build A Home” choreographed by studio principal Amy Barningham. The girls performed this ensemble in June this year at the City of Bunbury Eisteddfod and won first place. The performers you will see today are aged between 14 to 17.
No ordinary trio…and interesting recipe. Take three talented voices, each individually skilled soloists. One pure crystal soprano. One soaring vibrant tenor. Once earthy resonant ‘tenalto’. The blend…
The sound happens…with finesse of silk, intricacy of cultural patter, warmth of velvet and more than a hint of African spice.
It impacts on the audience with a frisson of something new, thrilling and definitely unique…this is Ishuni.
Ishuni is an exciting vocal trio, established in 2007 in Bunbury, comprising Kayleen Russell (soprano), Kelvin Reeves (Tenor) and Lesley Bultitude-Paull (tenalto).