Published: Tuesday | September 11, 2012 Comments 0
Darren Young, a tutor at the Edna Manley College of the Visual and Performing Arts. - Contributed photos
Governor General Sir Patrick Allen (right) enjoys the sights and sounds of 'Music Through The Ages' along with Mr and Mrs Morin Seymour (centre and left, respectively) at the University of The West Indies Chapel two Sundays ago.
The father and son duo of Jon Williams (right) and Jovani Williams complement each other beautifully.
Franklin Halliburton, conductor of The University Singers, proved he, too, could produce beauty without his instrument.
Twelve-year-old Christian Allicock was one of the highlights of Music Through The Ages.
As usual, the Kingston College Chapel Choir delivers in only the way it can.
Jodi HoLung, without her trademark violin, was still soothing to the ears.
Shawn Richards (left), classical guitarist, joins (from left) Lt Commander John McFarlane, Rory Baugh, Carole Reid, Jodi HoLung, and Franklin Halliburton for a wonderful performance.
Rory Baugh (left) and Carole Reid, the former's tutor, enjoy a heartfelt duet during Music Through the Ages at the University of the West Indies Chapel.
Lt Commander John McFarlane, Rory Baugh, and Franklin Halliburton combine for a performance not to be forgotten.