Edna Manley College gets 4.9M for Rex Nettleford Arts Conference

KINGSTON, Jamaica (JIS) – The Edna Manley College of the Visual and Performing Arts (EMCVPA) has received donations amounting to $4.9 million for the staging of the 2015 Rex Nettleford Arts Conference

The sum includes $2.9 million (US$24, 928.61) from the United States Embassy and $2 million from the Culture, Health, Arts, Sports and Education (CHASE) Fund.

The conference was first held in 2011 to celebrate the late Professor’s significant contribution to Jamaica’s performance arts.

Vice President of Academic Affairs at Edna Manley and Conference Co-Chair,

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School of Music 50th Anniversary Faculty Jazz Recital

Like highly skilled chefs that have mastered the kitchen, the highly experienced Faculty of the Edna Manley College School of Music whipped up savoury jazz dishes at the recently held School of Music 50th Anniversary Faculty Jazz Recital. The College’s Vera Moody Concert Hall was packed as jazz enthusiasts flocked to relish the performances by lecturers such as Maurice Gordon, Michael “Ibo” Cooper, Samuele Vivian, Peter Ashbourne, Jon Williams, Orville Hammond and June Lawson.  It was time and money well spent on a beautiful Saturday evening,