Westminster music student to take part in BBC One The Voice UK
Music 23 January 2015
The 23-year-old Nigerian from London will perform his own interpretation of Sade’s ‘Sweet Taboo’. He speaks highly of the support he’s received from Westminster faculty staff - Head of Music Department Alan Fisher and Course Leader Hussein Boon, among others.
Emmanuel practises his singing and guitar playing (he named his guitar ‘Rose’, hence his Twitter handle @EmmanuelandRose) every morning and, with just a hint of trepidation, is very much looking forward to taking part in the high-profile competition.
We wish him the best of luck and we will keep you updated with all his progress below.
- Find out more about the Commercial Music Performance BMus Honours course
- Find out more about the Department of Commercial Music
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