KC Choir receives Musgrave Medal silver award


KC Choir receives Musgrave Medal silver award

Tuesday, October 02, 2018

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KINGSTON, Jamaica – The Kingston College (KC) Chapel Choir is among 10 recipients of this year's Musgrave Medal Awards, conferred on Jamaicans who have done stellar work in their respective fields of Literature, Science and Art.

The Institute of Jamaica (IoJ)will next week confer the prestigious award in the categories of Gold, Silver and Bronze, as well as a special youth category.

This year the Gold will be awarded to Peter Ashbourne-Firman, in the field of Arts, Dr Basil Burke in the field of Science, and Professor Emeritus Mervyn Morris, in the field of Literature, the IoJ said in an advisory.

The Silver Medal will be awarded to Dr Jean 'Binta' Breeze, in the field of Literature, KC Chapel Choir in the field of Arts, and Dr Henry Lowe in the field of Science.

Bronze Medals will be conferred on Professor Oswald Harding in the field of Arts, Dr Leo Douglas for Science and Roland Watson-Grant for Literature.

This year's youth category awardee is Arthur Williams Jnr for excellence in innovation and entrepreneurship.

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