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3-D technologies were the order of the day when the UWI Museum hosted facilitators from the University of St Andrews in Scotland who were in the Caribbean conducting workshops under a project aimed at community museums in Europe and Latin America & the Caribbean. 182 more words

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Handel's 'Jephtha' with St Andrews Chorus

In November 2016, I returned to St Andrews to sing the Angel in Handel’s last oratorio, Jephtha. The performance was conducted by Michael Downes and featured St Andrews Chorus and a chamber orchestra led by Lucy Russell of the Fitzwilliam String Quartet. 116 more words


Shaking tail feathers in Mozart's 'The Magic Flute'

I was delighted to return to St Andrews in October 2016 to perform as Papagena in Mozart’s The Magic Flute with St Andrews Voices. The Festival runs every October in the town to celebrate vocal music of all genres and always receives brilliant reviews. 195 more words


In review: Britten's 'The Turn of the Screw'

In June and July 2016, I was delighted to perform again with Byre Opera as Governess in their production of Britten’s The Turn of the Screw… 564 more words



2017 has started with a rush and we want to make sure that you’re kept up to date. So aside from exhibitions and our on-going focus on enriching the social history of the UWI, we are collaborating on a January 27… 433 more words

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The Future of Early Modern Scottish Studies: Registration Now Open

The Future of Early Modern Scottish Studies

“The Future of Early Modern Scottish Studies” is a two-day international conference which will be held at the… 107 more words