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Koyaanisqatsi Music Project

Monday, 28 January, 2013

Koyaanisqatsi Music Project - for education purposes only. Music composed by HND in Popular Music student Lee Wood as part of a project that looked at modern compositional techniques.

Festive Fiddle

Tuesday, 18 December, 2012

Students on the Higher National Diploma in Music (Popular Music) course presented the Festive Fiddle at Warehouse 23 in Wakefield. Five bands took to the new refurbished venue as part of a College wide Xmas party.

Resident Easel

Wednesday, 12 December, 2012

On a cold December evening, students on the Level 3 Extended Diploma in Music (Performance) showcased their talents at The Hop in Wakefield. The performance was entitled Resident Easal and the music was inspired by the life and work of Edward Munch, Salvador Dali, Banksy, and Gerald Scarfe.

Amalagmate

Saturday, 20 October, 2012

A collaborative sonic arts exhibition which sees students from the BTEC Higher National Diploma in Music Performance from Wakefield College team up with Westgate Studios to create sonic compositions inspired by the work of the resident artists. The video was filmed by Studio Holder Dave Hanvey.

Bullets - Live Music Performance

Thursday, 15 December, 2011

Wakefield College Music students perform ‘Bullets’, an original composition.

Tis Pity She’s a Whore - Multimedia: Judas

Tuesday, 13 December, 2011

First published in 1633 during the reign of Charles I, John Ford’s incestuous love story is one of the most powerful and controversial plays ever written. It is a classic example of the way in which the tragic plays of this time questioned morality, saw love as a violent entity and highlighted corruption in the halls of power... not in fact, a million miles away from what is potent in today’s society.

Tis Pity She’s a Whore - Multimedia: Rolling in the Deep

Tuesday, 13 December, 2011

First published in 1633 during the reign of Charles I, John Ford’s incestuous love story is one of the most powerful and controversial plays ever written. It is a classic example of the way in which the tragic plays of this time questioned morality, saw love as a violent entity and highlighted corruption in the halls of power... not in fact, a million miles away from what is potent in today’s society.

Play That Funky Music - Live Music Performance

Thursday, 16 December, 2010

HND Music students perform ‘Play That Funky Music’ at a concert at the Thornes Park Arts Centre

Tweets

Level 1 Carpentry and Joinery getting into the festive spirit 🎄 https://t.co/zSXa3xKIYQ

RT @NHSWakefieldCCG: Your local NHS has one wish this winter – spend your and our time wisely. There are a wide variety of health servi… https://t.co/5VwkuaqH8e

The Christmas Bake Sale is here! Head down to the refectory today between 10-12 to pick up some festive treats. https://t.co/SmLelbeYJP

Members of our Estates Team rocking #ChristmasJumperDay https://t.co/CqiMUzyLes

It's #ChristmasJumperDay - out staff are showcasing their favourite jumpers and helping raise money in aid of… https://t.co/2VLT37zatN