Mikel Johnson, right, is a blur of excitement as he and fellow TAFE Con- temporary Music students promote the upcoming lunchtim
Mikel Johnson, right, is a blur of excitement as he and fellow TAFE Con- temporary Music students promote the upcoming lunchtim

Lunchtime music to TAFE students? ears



CONTEMPORARY music students from the Grafton College of TAFE get the chance to strut their stuff before a live audience at the new Victoria Street campus facility on Thursday.

Student and co-organiser, Mary Gillies, said the first of the free 'Munchtime' concerts would run from noon-1pm.

She said that every three weeks three bands would each play a set for the concert.

"There will be a good range of contemporary music, with various styles," she said.

Voluntary contributions at the first concert will go towards Jeans for Genes Day, Ms Gillies said.



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