School of Music and Fine Art students gave their end-of-year performances in great style.
We would like to congratulate students for their End-of-Year Performance held in the University of Kent’s Colyer Fergusson Hall in Canterbury campus in May. More than 20 students studying for BMus degrees in Music and Popular Music at the School of Music and Fine Art’s Medway campus, gave performances ranging from Stevie Wonder’s Sir Duke to Hungarian Folksongs, no 127 (Bartok), The Pink Panther (Mancini) and students’ own compositions.
The performances were introduced to an audience of staff and students by Duncan MacLeod, Lecturer in Music and Audio Arts, who said: ‘It’s a great opportunity for our students to perform for the first time in these professional surroundings.’
Student performers included: Emma Burton, Lindsay Edmondson, Andrew Flintoff, Tom Graves, Liam Greene, Philippa Hardiman, Jake Heath, Ray Lawrence, Sharon Siew Yee Li, Gareth Mangion, Sam Miri, Amy Morgan, Fay Nastou, Ricco Osobu, Rhian Powell, Dave Rondeau, Dom Scialo, Tsang Yau Violet Yung, Alfie Walke-Pawsey, Luka Wrobel.
Performance module convenor and ensemble coaches were Lisa Davies, Kate Halsall and Duncan MacLeod.