Accenture Prize for Live Performance at the BRIT School

The MITs Committee and Accenture judged seven live performances by students and were impressed by the huge amount of talent of Year 13 Music strand.
Catrina Burns-Temison won first place with her soulful naturally delivered vocal rendition of Confetti by Tori Kelly. Relf Kent was runner up and played the guitar piece Tender Surrender by Steve Vai.  The Accenture bursary will help fund the next step of their careers by enabling students to purchase equipment to practise and record on.  Congratulations to all of the students who performed.