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Vice-Chancellor's Scholarships for the Arts


The University welcomes scholarship applications from all areas of the arts. We are confident that we can offer some support to all aspects of the arts; creative writing, for example, is currently undergoing something of a renaissance at Durham, both at staff and student levels. However, our present structure is particularly suited to both theatre and musical theatre. Durham student groups, both university-wide and college-based, have a long tradition of staging and writing high quality dramas of all kinds. Successful scholarship candidates to date have tended (by no means exclusively) to excel in theatre and musical theatre, but we also strongly encourage applications from those with previous experience in related areas such as theatrical scriptwriting, directing and stage-management.

Durham Northern Lights

'Sweet Child O' Mine' by DU Northern Lights | A Cappella cover | Edinburgh Fringe 2016

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Performance at theSpace@Surgeons Hall, Edinburgh. recorded 9/8/16.

'I Will Survive' by DU Northern Lights | A Cappella cover | Edinburgh Fringe 2016

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Performance at theSpace@Surgeons Hall, Edinburgh. Recorded 9/8/16. 'I Will Survive' Gloria Gaynor a cappella cover, from Durham University Northern Lights Arranged: Biff Sharrock Soloist: Hannah McGreevy

Northern Lights - Don't Look Back in Anger | SIGMA & Oasis | A Cappella Cover

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GET OUR EP HERE: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/bright-lights-small-city-ep/id1139244808 Facebook: www.facebook.com/DUNorthernLights Twitter: @DUNorthLights Instagram: @dunorthernlights Website: dunorthernlights.wixsite.com/home Original Artists: SIGMA / Oasis Arrangement: Seb Marlow Soloist: Jake Moscrop Vocal Percussion: Yuki Matsumoto Supported by Music Durham - https://www.musicdurham.org/ Track recorded by The Vocal Company, with special thanks to Jonny Stewart - http://www.thevocalcompany.com/ Track mastered by Dave Sperandio - http://www.vocalmastering.com/ Video produced by: Melting Point Media / Gavin Randal - http://www.meltingpointmedia.co.uk/#home Directed by: Luke Hill Choreographed by: Rachelle Ojomo & Samuel Arrowsmith Soprano: Hannah McGreevy, Bethany Wright, Lucy Booth, Lotte Jones Alto: Harrie Aldrich, Miranda Phillips, Rachelle Ojomo, Rebekah Fitch Tenor: Seb Marlow, Luke Hill, Emmanuel Adeagbo Bass: Mark Pugh, Biff Sharrock, Samuel Arrowsmith Music video for one of the tracks from Durham University Northern Lights' first EP, 'Bright Lights, Small City'. The Northern Lights are a mixed a cappella choir from Durham University, covering a range of styles and genres.

'Romeo and Juliet' by DU Northern Lights | A Cappella cover | Edinburgh Fringe 2016

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Performance at theSpace@Surgeons Hall, Edinburgh. recorded 9/8/16. Arranged: Seb Marlow and Helen Butcher Soloist: Miranda Philips

'I Need a Thriftshop'- a mashup by Durham University Northern Lights

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I Need a Thriftshop; a mashup of I Need a Dollar by Aloe Blacc, Thriftshop by Macklemore and Ryan Lewis, No Diggity by Blackstreet, Laura by Scissor Sisters and Fighter by Christina Aguilera. Main soloist: Luke Hill Rapper: Cheshire Polenov Other soloists (order of appearance): Mark Pugh, Biff Sharrock, Katie Winter, Harrie Aldrich, Rebekah Fitch Originally arranged by Lizzie McGhee and Julia Thomson- Smith Rearranged by Mark Pugh Filming: Mike Dennison Media (https://www.facebook.com/mikedennisonmedia) Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DUNorthernLights Instagram: @northernlightsdurham Twitter: @DUNorthLights ***Upcoming Christmas Concert*** https://www.facebook.com/events/1529198187322128/?fref=ts

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“The Vice Chancellor's Scholarship funding has proved invaluable to me in terms of accessing the arts here at Durham University. I was able to use some of the money to invest in a pair of character shoes, which were vital for my dance numbers in "Chicago!".”

Lydia Feerick, BA Philosophy & Psychology