James Sheahan Catholic High School will invite the public to join them for their annual Music Manifesto at Kenna Hall this week.
For two nights, some of the schools most talented musos will take to the stage for the show which has become a highlight on the Sheahan calendar, raising funds to purchase music equipment.
The concert will include a performance from the choir, orchestra, concert band, stage band, as well as jazz and solo musicians.
Music and performing arts coordinator Paul Dunn said, alongside Froukje Werlemann-Godfrey and Maggie Dunn, he had been preparing the students since the start of the year.
VIDEO: The stage band in rehearsal ...
"They all sound fantastic," he said. "They're humming along at the same level and in great shape."
Mr Dunn said the concert, orchestra and stage bands had recently returned from the National Eisteddfod in Canberra, where they had all won awards.
"This concert is something they all look forward to and work hard towards each year," he said.
The public are encouraged to pack food and drinks to enjoy at their table.
Mr Dunn said the parent and music support groups had been fundamental in organising the event.
Music Manifesto kicks off at 6.30pm on June 28 and June 29. Tickets are available at the school office.
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