A dazzling display of colour and diversity  – this was the 2024 unity concert held at the Dorothy Winstone Centre on April 4 and 5.
Director of Arts Co-curricular Ms Cesan said, “Both nights were jam-packed audiences, who were vocal in their appreciation for all the performances.
“Eight cultural groups performed with skill and pride, and it was clear that there had been a lot of planning and practice.
“The representation of cultural movement and song, and the costuming were outstanding.
There were so many highlights – the impressive display of movement , drumming and the entry of the Chinese dragon by the huge 65-strong Chinese group, the discipline and synchronicity of the impressive 80-strong Samoan group, and the vibrancy and colour introduced by the Indian and Cook Island groups.
“As well the sheer joy and energy of the Fijian and Tongan groups, the polish and passion of the Kapa Haka group and the energy and rhythm brought to the concert  by the Latin group made sure this was a concert to remember.”
Photos / Lize Deng, Aslesha Kheterpal, Venus Mah