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Ask the Artist

Today we are launching a new “Ask the Artist” blog featuring award harpist, Bridgit Kibbey.

Bridgit Kibbey.

Bridget’s diverse and energetic performances brings the harp to life and her biography on Global Campus Online shows examples of her performing many styles of music, from traditional composers, like J.S. Bach through to contemporary Irish music. Please encourage students to read the information about Bridget Kenney, watch her video's and read the additional information about her career. They can then post questions that they'd like answered through the link at the bottom of the page.

Students can ask Bridget about anything that they're curious about, such as why she choose the harp as an instrument? what sort of music she most enjoys playing? her best experiences or any other questions that come to mind!  The question deadline is Monday 25th March 2019 and we’ll be posting the video answers to her questions at the start of May 2019.

Students can find Bridget’s “Ask the Artist” page here  (you’ll need to be logged in to Global Campus to see) or via the Performing Arts section on Global Campus Online. Teachers can post questions for students under 8 who don’t have their own Global Campus.

You can also view video answers to the previous "Ask the Artists" here.


Camilla Woodhouse

Programme Manager – Juilliard-Nord Anglia Collaboration