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Custos of St. Andrew, Ian Forbes (left), makes a presentation to Jamaican international opera singer, Dawn Marie James, during the National Chorale of Jamaica (NCOJ) Medal of Excellence Awards held in the King’s House Ballroom in Kingston on May 22. The ceremony honoured members who have made significant contributions to the Chorale’s development and/or Jamaicans who have distinguished themselves in the field of Classical Music at the international level.
Custos of St. Andrew, Ian Forbes (left), presents the National Chorale of Jamaica (NCOJ) Medal of Excellence to Executive Director of the Institute of Jamaica, Vivian Crawford, during the awards ceremony held at King’s House on May 22. Mr. Crawford, who is a distinguished public servant and founding member of the NCOJ, is among three persons honoured by the Chorale this year for significant contribution to the entity’s development and who have distinguished themselves in the field of classical music at the international level. The others are Jamaican international opera singer, Dawn Marie James, and accomplished musician, Marjorie May Bayley.
Custos of St. Andrew, Ian Forbes (left), makes a presentation to accomplished musician Marjorie May Bayley, at the National Chorale of Jamaica (NCOJ) Medal of Excellence Awards held in the King’s House Ballroom in Kingston on May 22. The ceremony honoured members who have made significant contributions to the Chorale’s development and/or Jamaicans who have distinguished themselves in the field of Classical Music at the international level. The other honourees are Executive Director of the Institute of Jamaica, Vivian Crawford; and Jamaican international opera singer, Dawn Marie James.
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