North Herts students shine in Birmingham
PERFORMING arts students from North Hertfordshire College shone at an opening ceremony for the UK s biggest national college event. The National Association of Colleges Conference was held in Birmingham and the Comet country students performed a piece cal
PERFORMING arts students from North Hertfordshire College shone at an opening ceremony for the UK's biggest national college event.
The National Association of Colleges Conference was held in Birmingham and the Comet country students performed a piece called Mosaic in front of a 1,000-strong crowd.
The opening performance was choreographed by college lecturer Geni Ollerearnshaw and incorporated snapshots of contemporary and Indian classical dance.
This was followed by a rendition of Seasons of Love sung by 18 members of the student choir, arranged by music lecturer Ben Wiles.
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Lastly, a jazz dance choreographed by dance lecturer Rachel Judd rounded off their outstanding performance.
Also on hand were North Herts' hair, beauty and holistic therapies course students who enjoyed being on-set hair and make-up stylists for their fellow learners.
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College principal Fintan Donahue said: "North Hertfordshire College was thrilled, delighted and privileged to open the 2006 AoC Conference. We hope that the learners' high energy performance was the perfect start to this important event.