The UCT Faculty of Health Sciences in collaboration with the School of Dance and the South African College of Music presented the 'Sing the Body Electric-Movement, Music and Medicine' concert at the Baxter Theatre Concert Hall on 16 May 2012. An upbeat programme of music and dance showcased the Faculty’s fabulous talent!
Medical musical merriment at the Baxter
Medical people are well-rounded people, it would appear.
|Diliza Madinga joins Justin de Vreitas, Damian Smith, S'miso Skosana, Siwongiwe Botha, Nasiphi Mdzinwa, Roxanne Langdon, Farah Jawitz for medical favourites Night Fever and Stayin' Alive by the Bee Gees||The FHS Ensemble performs 'The Body Electric' from 'Fame'.|
Away from clinics, stethoscopes and rounds they are drummers, flutists, pianists, dancers, rappers and singers. And decent ones at that, as demonstrated when staff and students took to the stage at the Baxter Theatre Centre for the Faculty of Health Sciences' Centenary Concert, staged on 16 May. Read More...
"I would like to add my voice in congratulating you all on a truly magnificent concert last week Wednesday. Des and I were completely blown away by both the quality and professionalism of the audio-visual display as well as of all of the performances. I felt truly humbled by the experience and feel proud and privileged to call myself a member of this great Medical School. Congratulations again on a job very well done. "
Joan Tuff - FHS Alumni and Bequest Officer