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King's student wins music prize

Matthew Sandy and Ben San-Lau

Matthew Sandy (left) and Ben San-Lau

King's student Matthew Sandy has won first prize in the Sir Anthony Lewis Memorial Prize Competition. Matthew is a second year music student and choral scholar, and he won the prize for his singing. Junior organ scholar Ben-San Lau, who was playing for Matthew, won the accompanist's prize.

The Sir Anthony Lewis Memorial Prize Competition is a music competition held every two years. This year it was held on 8 April in the David Josefowitz Recital Hall at the Royal Academy of Music, London. The judges were Catherine Bott, Professor Peter Holman, Dr H. Diack Johnstone, and Professor John Morehen.

If you would like to become a choral or an organ scholar, see the Choir pages.

Posted: 15 April 2010 | News | News archive