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BSK students shine at Music Festival
March 28, 2018, 4:07 pm

The British School of Kuwait (BSK) recently held its annual week-long Music Festival with three concerts featuring more than two hundred young musicians showcasing their unbelievable talent. The week kicked off with a delightful Primary Concert where the audience was treated to a variety of musical delights from the younger BSK students, Zizu Fang performed a beautiful violin solo and Zachary Ben Owen impressed with his performance of Maple Leaf Rag on the piano.

Later in the week, the Secondary Gala Concert, which took place in the BSK Shakespeare Theatre, wowed the audience with their unbelievable talent on display. BSK students who had received international success at ‘The Young Musician of the Gulf 2018’ were congratulated for their success.

The focus of the Music Festival is to acknowledge the thriving Music Department and to provide the students with an opportunity to perform in front of large audiences. During the Primary Concert, Scott Bryant, Lower Phase Coordinator, acknowledged the skill and dedication of the performing students, some of which had only started to learn to play an instrument less than six months ago.

In his speech, he said, “The opportunities the children have are wide and varied, with hard work and commitment from such supportive parents will ensure that the children continue to flourish musically”. Of course, guests were not left disappointed with the musical content of each concert; in fact they were truly amazed at the standard. The music prepared over the course of the week was a testament to the reputed hard work of the staff and children at BSK. The Music Festival culminated with a public performance at the 360 Mall that left members of the public astounded by the talent and standard of play by the students. The 2019 Music Festival Week at BSK will sure to be another event not to be missed.

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