Antigua and Barbuda: Antigua and Barbuda is all set to host the “Junior Recital” as part of their Summertime concerts on July 11, 2023. The event will be held at the prestigious Dean William Lake Auditorium, aiming to showcase the incredible talent of the Junior musicians.
The concert will be held under the distinguished patronage of Rodney Williams and Lady Williams, who will collaborate with the Antigua and Barbuda Youth Symphony Orchestra. The concert will be held under the theme- Promoting Excellence through Music.
The event will work as the ideal platform for music lovers seeking to enhance their skills and showcase their talents to the audience. The concert will provide essential support to several junior musicians to nurture and foster their talents.
Antigua and Barbuda Youth Symphony Orchestra took to Facebook and invited the musicians to be part of the Junior Recital. She said,” Calling all music lovers.”
In anticipation of their upcoming Summertime concerts, they invited them to join them for a special event that celebrates the incredible talent of their junior musicians. It said,” Mark your calendars for the Junior recital on July 11 at 6:30 pm, held at the prestigious Dean William Lake Auditorium.
It’s an evening dedicated to showcasing the remarkable skills and dedication of these young musicians.”
It added that let’s come together as a community and lend their full support to these budding talents as they take the stage and share their passion for music. By attending the Junior recital, they become an essential part of nurturing and fostering the next generation of musicians.
“Together, we can create a future where classical music continues to thrive and inspire. Join us on this extraordinary musical journey and be captivated by the incredible performances of our Junior musicians,” the Facebook post emphasized.
Antigua and Barbuda has been staging the event to encourage junior talents in the music industry so that they can pave the developmental path of their carrier. One of their talents, named Mimi as she is 15 years old and began her musical adventure on the viola.
She recently completed her medical school journey at the University of Leicester and will be graduating on July 21. Mimi is proud of her Antiguan connection since, during her time at medical school, she had the privilege of undertaking a 6-week medical elective at SLBMC, where she spent three weeks focusing on Obstetrics and Gynecologyand another three weeks in Pediatrics.
It was an invaluable experience that has enriched her medical knowledge and skills