Talented singer an afternoon delight

Vocalist Charlotte Jordan-Butt of Crookwell entertained and sang at a recent afternoon tea hosted by the Goulburn Lantern Club. The afternoon tea was served at Wollondilly Gardens community rooms.

ENTERTAINMENT: Barry and Marion Jordan with grand-daughter Charlotte Jordan-Butt, a Contemporary Voice student at Conservatorium. Photo: supplied

ENTERTAINMENT: Barry and Marion Jordan with grand-daughter Charlotte Jordan-Butt, a Contemporary Voice student at Conservatorium. Photo: supplied

Charlotte, who is 16 and in Year 11 at Crookwell High School, is a student in Contemporary Voice at the Goulburn Regional Conservatorium.

The Club raises funds for the Royal Institute for Deaf and Blind Children.

Approximately 70 guests were in attendance and were served a delicious array of goodies by the Lantern Club ladies.

Charlotte has worked with her tutor Robyn Slater for the past 18 months. She is also lead vocalist with the Conservatorium's Junior Rock Band. In introducing Charlotte, her grandmother, Marion Jordan, praised the Conservatorium for the wide range of tuition and musical opportunities available there.

Charlotte sang three pop songs: I'm Not The Only One, by Sam Smith; Photograph by Ed Sheeran; and the Green Day hit, Boulevard of Broken Dreams.