Westminster Kingsway students perform end of year music gig
15 June 2010
Westminster Kingsway BTEC First Diploma Music students performed two end of year gigs to a packed audience at the College’s own King’s Cross Centre Theatre last week.
The BTEC First Diploma Music students performed music reflecting what they have learnt during their first year of study. The performance covered all styles of music, including rock, indie, pop, rap and rock & roll. The students also performed original compositions, including ‘Dying flowers’ and ‘Rain’.
The show’s finale was a crowd pleasing 11 piece rock and hip hop version of Nine Inch Nails’ ‘Hurt’.
Chloe Herington, Westminster Kingsway Music Tutor, said: “The students are ending their year on a high note. They are assessed on their performance, planning, stage presence and costume and have really done a great job.”
Ceejay Hatta, BTEC First Diploma Music student, performed an original rap composition, titled ‘This is for’. Ceejay plans to move onto the BTEC National Diploma Music Technology course in September.
Ceejay said: “I chose Westminster Kingsway because the course offered so much to learn, not just performing, but also the technical side of music and recording. I knew I would be able to move onto the higher level course too, which you don’t always see in other colleges.”
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