Music students offered places at top music colleges
Posted on: 19th January 2021
Two Music students from Brockenhurst College have secured places to study at their first-choice music schools, which are both regarded as among the most prestigious in the UK.
A Level student Samby Anderson from Salisbury has been offered a place at Trinity Laban in London to study Composition.
Last year he also won an award from the Martin Read Foundation to support his progression.
Meanwhile, Vocational student Ged Dovey from Broadstone has been offered a place to study Opera at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland in Glasgow with an annual scholarship.
In addition, first year singer Will Gadd, who joined his first choir aged seven, recently achieved a very high distinction to achieve his Grade VIII.
Will aims to follow in the footsteps Ged next year by studying Opera at a leading college of music.
Head of Curriculum Tara Gadd said: “I am very proud of all three students whose dedication and commitment to their chosen musical field is exemplary.
“It is wonderful to listen to them talking passionately about music and how they want to improve and develop as a composer or a singer. Exciting times lie ahead for all three.”
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