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Student Public Recitals 2024: Windsor Building

Student Public Recitals 2024: Windsor Building

  • Date 28 May 2024
  • Time 10.00am - 3.00pm
  • Category Music and performance

Student Public Recitals

Join us for a day of undergraduate public recitals, where we showcase the very best of the Department of Music’s vast talent.

This session will include the following students:

10.00am - 10.40am Hoi Hang Tang Piano
10.40am - 11.20am Isabelle Curtis Piano
11.20am - 12.00pm Jackel Fung Piano
12.10pm - 12.50pm Meghan Kek Zhien Piano
12.50pm - 13.30pm Sinead Mo Piano
13.30pm - 14.10pm Isabella Morgan Piano
14.20pm - 15.00pm Aysh Atkins Piano

Important information

  • Please note that these recitals are under examination conditions and a panel of examiners will be present in the venue.
  • Please leave promptly and quietly between each performer.
  • Under no circumstances are photography or audio/visual recording permitted.

Car parking

When you arrive for a College event at our Egham campus, please park in car parks 12 or 4.

Car park 12 can be accessed by turning right as you enter the main College gates and is located next to the tennis courts. If this car park is full, please drive further onto our campus to car park 4, which can be accessed by turning left at the mini-roundabout behind the Students’ Union. If you find both of these car parks full, we have a further large car park 14, which can be used by event guests and is located across the A30 on our North Campus, accessed via Harvest Road. You can see each of our car parks on the map opposite. We would advise that you bring the College map to campus with you and give yourself plenty of time to park.

Blue Badge holders can find designated parking spaces in Car park 1W, as well as between Gardeners Lodge and the Williams Annexe. You can find these locations by looking at our campus map opposite. If you require any assistance on arrival, please contact our premises team in advance of your visit by emailing: and they will be happy to help.

Please note that we operate an Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) system on certain parts of our campus, however if you are here for an organised event, parking is unrestricted for event guests in car parks 12, 4 or 14 (or display your blue badge permit if parking in a disabled bay). If you have any questions about parking, please email:


Further information

No booking required.


Free entry to all

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