NINE final-year Music Performance students at the London College of Music, part of the University of West London, Ealing, completed their Advanced Performance Projects.

The performances, in the university’s Lawrence Hall and Vestry Hall, are the culmination of their BMus (Hons) studies, designed for classical or jazz instrumentalists and singers who want to work professionally in the industry.  

They included viola player Hyomin Park’s project, From Romantic to Modern; Lighting the Musical Path, accompanied by lecturer Emilie Capulet. 

Mong-Tin Bai’s clarinet performance was entitled Harmony across genres: Copland to Hiromi.

Fiona Griffin’s had the title Contemporary repetition: a modern take on acoustic and electric violin. Both were accompanied by lecturer Emanuele Mollica.  

Trumpet on canvas, a project by Joseph Callow, was an evening of music and art dedicated to that instrument. He was accompanied by Sally Goodworth.  

Samantha Shaw’s performance had the title A drummer’s perspective on musical theatre and featured music from musicals Six, Hairspray, Into the Heights, Pippin and more. 

Senior Lecturer in Music Performance Peter Rudnick said: “They brought together everything they have done on the course, including music business.

“There is an element of event management to it, promoting themselves either as a solo artist or as an ensemble.” 

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