Concert Stamps!!


This post is about music - the biggest part of my life seeing as I'm a BMus Performance student at the University of Chichester. As part of our ensembles module on the course, we have to go and see six concerts; two of each colour - red, blue and green. 

Monday night was the first one of many this semester and was a 'blue' concert - meaning I could get a blue stamp on my card. The stamp is quite cute - a little cup of tea with a smiley face (simple things please simple minds). This concert was absolutely amazing!! A student from the Royal College of Music giving a piano recital and she was incredible. 

The concert was given in the chapel on the University campus - a lovely setting for a concert. It was lashing down with rain and it was really nice watching the water droplets fall down the glass panes as she was playing. There's something enchanting and magical about watching water 'dance'. Especially when she played Ravel Jeux D'eau 

 Ning Hui See is from Singapore and my age, in her LAST YEAR of BMus at RCM (Seeing as I'm in my first year of the same degree!!!) She was fantastic! Within her programme she played Schumann, Ravel, Scarlatti, Beethoven and Liszt - it just sounded so easy and beautiful! Check out her biography and anyone who isn't amazed by what she's achieved well...

I wasn't even playing the flute at the age of 5 and by the age of 10 had only been playing for just over a year!! It was an incredible concert and I'm looking forward to the rest of this semesters concerts. 

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