thinking beyond

CUT BFN Choir shines at the GACMA Eisteddfod

CUT News Students Student Services
CUT BFN Choir shines at the GACMA Eisteddfod

The Central University of Technology Bloemfontein Choir has once again made the institution proud by reclaiming its collective flagship position at the GACMA Eisteddfod. The choir secured silverware by achieving position two in the African piece as well as maintaining the same in the Western piece.

The choir performed at the Gauteng Choral Music Association (GACMA) Choral Eisteddfod, which recently took place on the 16th of May 2022 in Fochville, Gauteng Province. The classy and philharmonic choir is characterised by its remarkable and melodic renditions left the audience, which included individuals from distinct musical backgrounds and adjudicators at the competition, dazed by their extraordinary performance.

“Our choristers have made us proud on many occasions; once again, I wish to congratulate and encourage them to keep hoisting the CUT flag higher in the sector,” said Prof. Alfred Ngowi, acting Vice-Chancellor and Principal.

Caption

The CUT Bloemfontein campus choir.

Uploaded: 20 May 2022
CUT and partner FSPG extends digital skills to the community through the NEMISA CoLab

CUT and partner FSPG extends digital skills to the community through the NEMISA CoLab

CUT News Partnerships

The Central University of Technology, in collaboration with the Free State Provincial Government (FSPG)...


CUT netball star gets selected to represent South Africa in Malawi

CUT netball star gets selected to represent South Africa in Malawi

CUT News Students Sport

First-year Information Technology student, Munzhedzi Ravele, was selected to represent South Africa in...


CUT’s Faculty of Health and Environmental Sciences hosts Annual Public Lecture

CUT’s Faculty of Health and Environmental Sciences hosts Annual Public Lecture

Health and Environmental Sciences CUT News Research and Innovation

The Faculty of Health and Environmental Sciences (FHES) held their first hybrid annual Public Lecture...