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USC Music Department Hosts Gospel Star

-- Lyceum concert series featuring internationally renowned gospel jazz saxophonist, Courtney Fadlin

2016-10-13– Andrea S. Cato

The Department of Music and Fine Arts, of the University of the Southern Caribbean (USC), will host renowned gospel saxophonist, Courtney Fadlin, in concert, on Saturday October 29, 2016, at the Social Sciences Auditorium, USC. The concert is part of the Lyceum Concert Series which has traditionally been an annual event at the institution.

The Lyceum Series sounds the cry that “the Music programme at USC is alive and kicking,” said Mr. Keron Hislop, Music Programme Coordinator at USC. The series is an opportunity to showcase the new Bachelor of Arts in Music, and enhance music awareness among students as free saxophone and woodwind lessons will also be offered by Fadlin during the series.

Guyana-born Fadlin, is an internationally recognized, Seventh Day Adventist artiste, and experienced music educator. 

“The Music program at USC is alive and kicking”

USC Music insists on an ongoing excellence crescendo. Fadlin will be followed by other music experts from La Sierra University in January 2017, and many more to come.

“We have a very experienced and diverse faculty and staff to cater to everyone’s needs” states Hislop.

Students can register for the BA Music, or play in ensembles; concert bands; steel orchestra and events.

For more information on USC Music, visit them online:

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Phone: (868) 662-2241/2 - Fax: (868) 662-1197

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