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Student Public Recitals 2022: Boilerhouse

Student Public Recitals 2022: Boilerhouse

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  • Date 23 May 2022
  • Time 12.00pm - 5.25pm
  • 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:

12.00pm - 12.45pm Jessica Irving Voice (Jazz/Pop)
1.15pm - 2.00pm Amy Matthews Percussion
2.15pm - 3.00pm Mary Bull Flute
3.00pm - 3.30pm Maisie Stewart Violin
3.30pm - 4.00pm Sophie Currie Flute
4.50pm - 5.35pm Pavit Dhadyalla Viola
5.35pm - 6.25pm Kerensa Newcombe Trumpet

Important information

  • Booking is required for these examination recitals. Please book in advance, as there will be no tickets available on the door. 
  • 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.
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