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Local girl selected for Star Struck

Story excerpt courtesy of the Dungog Chronicle

It’s back-to-back selection for Amber Tull who has once again been selected as a feature artist in the upcoming Star Struck.
Star Struck is a showcase of dance, drama and music performed by students from kindergarten to year 12 from public schools in the Hunter Central Coast region.
This year’s event will be held on June 13 – 14 and brings together students from very small primary schools, large comprehensive high schools and from diverse backgrounds.

It took the Dungog High School student five years of perseverance to get the feature artist gig last year after getting to second and third rounds in previous years.
Like all young girls, the Stroud teenager started singing with a hairbrush for a microphone at an early age, but got serious when she turned eight.
Amber started off as a dancer in Star Struck while at Stroud Public School.
“When I got to High School I auditioned every year for a soloist position as I was too loud to sing with the choir and was thrilled to get through last year.”
“This year I will be singing These Boots Are Made for Walking and Firework in the finale.”

Full story | http://www.dungogchronicle.com.au/story/2139877/back-to-back-star-struck-selection/?cs=410


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One Comment on “Local girl selected for Star Struck”

  1. Debora Elliott March 18, 2014 at 2:49 pm #

    Congratulations Amber, it is a wonderful opportunity. Enjoy it, and we’ll all enjoy following you.

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