The annual Music Diversity festival is one of the most successful and anticipated events on the College calendar, and this year's event was another huge success.

Music students (and the occasional member of staff!) performed original pieces and covers. From rap to classical cello, soul to an electronic DJ set, the College celebrated the benefits of living and studying in a diverse community to mark the United Nation's ‘World Day of Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development’ and the ‘Do One Thing for Diversity and Inclusion’ campaign.

We were also treated to a fantastic peformance by the Moorlands Primary School Choir, who stole the show with some stellar peformances of songs from Les Misérables, including 'at the end of the day' and 'I dreamed a dream', and 'bad guys' from Bugsy Malone.

During the event, staff and students fundraised for YAMSEN, an organisation dedicated to providing high quality musical activities for children and adults with additional needs.

If you didn't get a chance to watch the performances on the day, take a look at the below video!

 

 

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