We’re back this week, continuing to film new material in our Scholars’ Spotlight series, highlighting Music Performance Scholars and Award Holders here at Kent.
This morning, it’s the turn of Arthur Zhang, reading French in the School of European Culture and Languages, recording pieces by Handel, Ligeti and Schumann. Keep an eye out for the film, coming soon.
Our Scholars’ Spotlight series of short filmed recitals continues with fourth-year Drama and Theatre Studies student and mezzo, Carmen Mackey.
Filmed in Colyer-Fergusson Hall under COVID-safe restrictions, Carmen performs songs by Madeleine Dring and Frank Bridge.
The latest in our Scholars’ Spotlight series of short filmed recitals features second-year Psychology student and soprano, Felicity Bourdillon; a Music Award Holder at the University, Felicity’s recital comprises a brace of Baroque arias – ‘Oft she visits’ from Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas, and ‘Quia respexit’ from Bach’s Magnificat,
Filmed in Colyer-Fergusson Hall and edited by Thomas Connor.
The latest in our Scholars’ Spotlight series of short filmed recital by University Music Performance Scholars and Award Holders this week features third-year Film student, Kiyan Agadjani.
Filmed in Colyer-Fergusson Hall on the University’s Canterbury campus, Kiyan performs the opening movement of Schumann’s Kinderszenen.
Our Scholars’ Spotlight series highlighting Music Performance Scholars and Award Holders continues on Friday, with a mesmerising performance by second-year Physics student, Ridima Sur.
Ridima performs Raga Yaman Bandish – Piya, an evening raga celebrating love, filling Colyer-Fergusson Hall with an extraordinary musical soundscape. The film will remain online after the screening.
Filmed in Colyer-Fergusson Hall at the University of Kent.
Filmed and edited by Thomas Connor, Luke McCann and George Morris.
This week, our Scholars’ Spotlight series of short filmed performances presents second-year Music Performance Scholar reading Comparative Literature, Joanna Adaran, singing the classic At Last.
The performance screens at 1.15pm and will be available to view on catch-up thereafter.
Our Scholars’ Spotlight series of filmed short recitals by Music Performance Scholars and Award Holders resumes tomorrow, with second-year saxophonist reading Physics, David Curtiss.
The continuing series, filmed without an audience in Colyer-Fergusson Hall, highlights many of this year’s students, and this week’s screening at 1.15pm sees David perform the wonderfully colourful, jazz-infused slow movement from the Sonata for Saxophone and Piano by the great Phil Woods.
Join us at 1.15pm when the film airs, or catch-up with it anytime afterwards.
The second in our new Scholars’ Spotlight series of filmed recitals is now on our YouTube channel, featuring second-year soprano reading Biomedical Science, Ellie Gould, in songs by Mozart and Copland.