Recently, we were proud to discover that our students’ full range of talents go far beyond that of mere academic ability, as they performed in CSFC’s Talent Show in the Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff.
Held every year, our Talent Show features a variety of acts including dancing, singing, musical performances and more. This year’s event was hosted by Mr. Williams and Mr. Hall and the audience consisted of all staff, students and a formidable judging panel consisting of Mr. Collier, Mrs. Owens, Ms. McQuaid and Dr. Godfrey.
After a string of outstanding performances from both individual students and groups, the overall winner was announced as Maxwell Ibeanusi (pictured opposite) for his solo song.
Meanwhile, Imaporschmine (consisting of Jasmine Lo, Porsche Intasawak and Iman Jemitola; pictured above) were awarded second place for their guitar and singing act.
Tri Tu Minh (pictured left) came in third place for his solo dance act, which was choreographed by himself. Tri’s performance was made all the more nerve-wracking for him because his parents were amongst the audience, but we are sure they were very proud of his impressive dance moves.
These acts will now go on to perform at our annual Cultural Event on Friday 31st March 2017 at Swalec Stadium, Cardiff.Categories: News