I’m delighted to see that Music features several times in this month’s edition of the KentStaff magazine.
The nomination of the music building for a double architectural award appears on p.4; the fund-raising success of the From Bond to Basie concert appears on p.11; and the second appearance of the Estates Team Choir as part of ‘Watch This Space’ on p.19, complete with a photograph that appears to show yours truly glowing with radioactive dust… 😮
Read all these and more below.
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The latest issue of the University magazine includes the story about last term’s prize-winning musical students.
Also included is the news that Kent has been ranked 34th out of 117 UK higher education institutions in the Times Good University Guide 2013; the latest crop of Honorary Graduates recognised at last month’s graduation ceremonies, including Jools Holland; and lots more.
Scroll through to pages 4-5 for the feature.
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I’m delighted to see that we’ve been given a double-page spread in the latest issue of the University magazine; the feature includes a review of last year’s Music Scholarship prize-winners; a focus on Humphrey Berney’s musical success after life at Kent; a look at the latest on the Colyer-Fergusson music building; and a look ahead to the last ever concert in Eliot Hall!
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