Economics student wins Canterbury Festival Music Prize

Many congratulations to Marina Ivanova, a final-year Economics student, who has been awarded the Canterbury Festival Music Prize. The annual Kent Music Prizes were awarded last week to a selection of students who have made an outstanding contribution to the musical life of the University this year.

Since coming to Kent as a Music Scholar, Marina has participated in Chorus, Chamber Choir, Cecilian Choir, Lost Consort, as well as being a soloist in the Colyer-Fergusson Cathedral Concert, Vivaldi Gloria; she also  took part in the Dame Anne Evans masterclass in the autumn, and many other recitals. The prize was presented by the Director of the Canterbury Festival, Rosie Turner.

Marina receiving her award from Rosie Turner