Spectacular fun at schools performance for Mt Austin students

FUN TIMES: Trianda Biggs, Jordan Everingham and Djaneeka Biggs, from Mount Austin High School, are still smiling about their participation in the 2017 Schools Spectacular. Picture: Kieren L Tilly
FUN TIMES: Trianda Biggs, Jordan Everingham and Djaneeka Biggs, from Mount Austin High School, are still smiling about their participation in the 2017 Schools Spectacular. Picture: Kieren L Tilly

Jordan Everingham made a spectacular debut in a NSW schools performance.

The Mount Austin High School student not only successful auditioned for the 2017 Schools Spectacular, but was selected to be one of the featured dancers in the annual performance.

Jordan was one of 10 Mount Austin students who took part in the Schools Spectacular in Sydney.

In all, more than 5700 student performers, including a choir of 2700 voices, 2400 dancers, a 100-piece symphony orchestra and 44 solo singers performed.

For Jordan, who has been dancing since the age of six, the highlight of the event was the chance to be around other students who are passionate about performing.

“I loved being around the others,” he said.

Sisters Trianda and Djaneeka Biggs were also thrilled to have been a part of the 2017 event.

Asked to sum it up in one word, the response was positive.

“Inspiring,” said Jordan.

“Unforgettable,” according to Trianda, and “amazing,” said Djaneeka.