Whyalla's best young musicians took to the stage on Sunday for the Whyalla Music Association's Youth Week Music Concert.
The concert, held at the Left Hand Club, showcased a variety of talent in different music genres ranging from acoustic pop to cabaret and heavy metal.
WMA mentors Emily Rawlings, Jasmine Moder, Blake Brougham took the reigns from President Brian Krawczyk to organise the event, with positive results.
Mr Krawczyk said he was 'ecstatic' with how the concert turned out.
"It's a testament to the leadership group and and the support the mentors gave to the younger musicians," he said.
A total of 20 artists performed live to a crowd of more than 100 people, with the finale seeing all performers coming together for a rendition of Queen's classic Bohemian Rhapsody.
A host of young musicians made their on stage debut, including singer Ellise Hill and pianist Maria Alboino, singer Harry Flam and vocalist Chloe Seeley who was backed by Emily Rawlings on guitar.
Mixed in with the new additions were tried and true performers like pianist/singer Daniel Weidenbach, who donned the robes of King George III to spontaneously perform three songs from the hit musical Hamilton, singer/songwriter Brie Ryan who performed her original music and singer/guitarist Blake Brougham who was busy backing a variety of musicians.
Mentor Emily Rawlings said the concert showcased the best of young musicians in Whyalla.
"This was the first year the concert was driven by the youth," she said.
"Next year I want to aim at getting the parents involved and using feedback forms to allow them to tell us what they think about our performances.
"I think that feedback structure would really help shape the kids next year."