Premiers Concert tomorrow
Bermudas most promising young performers will be showcased tomorrow in the Premiers Concert.
The annual event takes place at 7pm at the Ruth Seaton James Centre for the Performing Arts ajnd will feature performances from ChewSLAM, Kioshi Burgess, the Dellwood Middle School Drama Team, Sandys Secondary Middle School Drumline, the Bermuda Squad and the Berkeley Institute Dance Programme.
Premier Paula Cox will be in attendance and Minister of Economy Patrice K Minors, who will formally open the concert said: Bermuda is blessed with an abundance of gifted young people. This Government is committed to encouraging environments that foster growth and development for our youth because we believe in them.
The Premiers Concert was first introduced in December of 1985 by then Cultural Affairs Officer, Miss Ruth Thomas, MBE, JP, and it continues to be a significant event in Bermudas artistic community.
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