This year, the Nord Anglia Education Virtual Young Musician of the Year competition was launched across the group of schools. Students were invited to submit recorded video performances in various disciplines, ranging from popular to classical, voice to plucked strings, and even bands. As this competition is run through the Nord Anglia GlobalCampus, it provides an opportunity for all students to participate.
The performances were judged by our NAE panel of music judges, and from the 1,226 different entries from 70 schools, the prize winners were announced this week. Boha Moon, who submitted her recording of Dvorak's Violin Concerto in A minor, 1st movement, was awarded 1st prize in the upper age group category of classical stringed instruments. This is a fantastic result considering the high quality competition.
Hauen Lee won 2nd prize in the Classical piano/keyboard upper age category with her performance of Beethoven's Sonata Op. 2 3rd movement.
To view the videos and results from the whole competition, please visit Course: Results 2023 (nae.school)
The One Third Story Writing Competition was an opportunity for students across Nord Anglia Education schools to celebrate internationalism and multilingualism. With over 118 stories received from 42 schools, the competition was a huge success, and securing a runner up place is a tremendous achievement.
Boha's childhood dream of participating in the world-renowned international competition for young violinists, nicknamed "The Olympics of the Violin," the Menuhin Competition, has become a reality. Having lived in South Korea, the US, and now Prague since 2021, Boha will soon be moving again to attend her dream university, Curtin Institute of Music, where she was accepted being amongst only 4% of candidates accepted each year.
Did you know that Dance, Drama, and Music can contribute to your child's growth and equip them with skills essential for success in life, such as public speaking?
It all started with her mother seeing a Latin American dance club next to Ioana’s kindergarten. As soon as she saw it, she immediately took five-year-old Ioana to try her first lesson. Years later, after hours of hard work and passion for Latin American and Ballroom dancing, Ioana became part of the Czech National Dance Team and until two years ago, when she decided to focus on her business studies within the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme, she was a successful dancer. Studying Business, Psychology, English, Spanish, Math, and Environmental Systems and Societies she is now focusing on her future and a new dream; to start her own perfume company.