Anna Adderley was born
in East Kazakhstan where she began her musical studies at the age of
9. After moving to Germany, she continued studying at the University
of Education in Heidelberg and at St. Martin’s College in Lancaster,
UK. She currently resides in Nassau with her husband and two children
and teaches music at Kingsway Academy.
Nikia Adderley is a
music education major who plays the clarinet and the piano. Her
plans are to be a secondary music teacher and to explore the field of
Ranice Arnette is enrolled
at COB as a music education major with her primary instrument being
the clarinet. In addition to her participation in COB ensembles,
she is a member of the All Star band.
L’Senio Bethell is
a Government High School graduate who is completing his Associate of
Arts in Music with his primary instruments being saxophone and baritone.
He aspires to open an Art Gallery which showcases Bahamian fine artists
as well as musicians.
is in his senior year at COB completing a Bachelor’s degree in music
education. His primary instruments are piano and trumpet and he
appears frequently with the jazz band Ambasah.
is a graduate of C.V. Bethel and is currently completing his Bachelor
of Music Education degree. He has been a member of The Bahamas
National Youth Choir and The Bahamas National Symphony Orchestra and
is the conducting intern for the High Grove Singers. After graduation,
he plans to pursue studies in choral conducting.
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Ferron A. Grant is originally
from Freeport, Grand Bahama, where she graduated from St. Paul’s Methodist
College. As a music education major she is looking forward to
being a music teacher, specializing in working with choirs.
Leeia Hutcheson is a
first year music education major looking forward to a career as a music
educator. In addition to the clarinet, she also plays guitar,
harmonica and piano.
Reubendero Gibson -
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Crashan Johnson is a
graduate of Government High School who is studying music education at
COB. Her principal instruments are piano and clarinet and she
is looking forward to a career in music education.
Thurman Johnson III
is a first year music major at COB where trumpet is his principal instrument.
He has received a Most Outstanding in Music Special Award from the Ministry
is pursuing the Associate of Arts degree in Music majoring in voice
and with piano being his secondary instrument. He is a recipient
of the Nassau Music Society scholarship.
Donald Leadon -
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Da’Nai P. Laramore
is a native a Nassau and completing a Music Education degree at COB.
This semester she is doing her Teaching Practice. Her goals are
to become a Professor of Music and to establish her own music academy.
Rodger Meadows is a
frequent performer on clarinet, saxophone, flute, piano and voice.
He is a member of the High Grove singers and this semester is completing
his Music Education degree. He is planning on pursuing studies
in the field of Music Theatre.
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Shon Pennerman is a
graduate of C.V. Bethel and is completing studies in Music Education
at COB where he plays the baritone and the piano. He is an accomplished
rap artist and seeks a career in the performing business and as a music
Chanel Rolle began singing
and studying music at a young age with her principal instruments being
voice, steel pan, and saxophone. A first year Music Major at COB,
she is a member of the Bahamas All Star Band and has represented The
Bahamas at the Florida Classics.
Delton Rolle -
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Donella Rolle - (bio
Philip Rolle is a native
of Bimini where he began his musical studies playing in church with
his family. His studies included playing drums, keyboard and baritone.
He is presently pursuing an Associate’s Degree in Music at COB and
his aspirations are to start his own business teaching music and to
study recording arts to become a professional music producer.
Laurelle Smith is a
graduate of Government High School and is completing her Music Education
degree at COB where her principal instrument is trombone. She
plans to get a BA in music performance and to pursue a PhD in Music
Georvette Wells started
her singing career at the age of four, as an active member in her church
children’s choir. She has also been a regular participant with
the St. Anne's High School choir, the CMA ensemble and the College of
the Bahamas Concert Choir. At COB she is presently majoring in Nursing
with a minor in Music.
Megan Wells is a graduate
of Old Bight High on Cat Island and is completing her Bachelor of Music
Education degree at COB. Her principal instrument is trumpet.
The College of The Bahamas
- Music Faculty
Professor Head of Visual & Performing Arts