Music Awards for Arts Students

The University Music Prize, for a returning student who has made a major contribution to music at Kent, was awarded jointly to Emma Murton and Steph Richardson.

The University Music Prize, for a returning student who has made a major contribution to music at Kent, was awarded jointly to Emma Murton and Steph Richardson.

Emma is in her second year studying Drama, and is a University Music Scholar; this year, she has been the student conductor of the Chamber Choir, singer in Chamber Choir and Chorus, harpist in Symphony Orchestra and soloist in Britten’s Ceremony of Carols and part of Mozart’s Flute & Harp Concerto in lunchtime concerts.

Steph, also studying Drama, in her third year, is also a University Music Scholar, and has provided the professional polish as the singer with the University Big Band; she also sings in Chamber Choir, conducts Sing!, and has this year formed vocal trio ‘The Canterberries’ which has sung at informal lunchtime concerts, as well as being the vocal coach for the Musical Theatre Society’s production of Rent last term.

More information here:-
https://blogs.kent.ac.uk/music-matters/2013/06/03/ceremony-to-recognise-outstanding-contributions-to-university-music/