We catch up with actor and GEMS Dubai American Academy alumna Dina Al Shihabi, whose role in Jack […]
We hear from Mohammed Aadil, the talented student recently appointed UAE Ambassador for Arts, Fashion and Culture at […]
Raneem Ayass, a Year 13 student from GEMS Wellington International School, got to dance alongside American star Jason […]
Thirteen schools participated in this year’s INNORITE creative writing competition In September, the walls of Our Own English […]
The UK’s leading performing arts school, Arts Educational Schools London (ArtsEd), has launched a world-class creative partnership with […]
GEMS Music Hub teacher Cassandra Chong tells us about her passion for music education and her career as […]
Thiasha Karunasekara, a student at The Cambridge High School in Abu Dhabi, displayed a talent for ballet from […]
Year 11 student Stephanie Wood talks about her passion for singing in a choir while managing her other obligations.
We chat to GEMS Music Hub drum teacher Samuel Jones, who has been tapping out a beat since the age of nine.
Nadine Artuhavana discusses how a chance encounter with a fellow student at Belarus Minsk Conservatory sparked her love of teaching and how she tries to encourage the same level of enthusiasm for music in her students.
Vocalist Boglarka Kurucz, a 13-year-old student at Wellington Academy — Silicon Oasis (WSO), discusses winning the GEMS Young Musician of the Year Award, performing on the QE2, and singing with Hugh Jackman.
Students shine at the GEMS Apprentice, Aspiring and Young Musician of the Year Competitions 2019.
Imogen O’Connor is a Year 8 student at Jumeirah College, Dubai, and a keen musician who plays the piano, oboe and recorder to a high standard. Some of her greatest musical successes this academic year have been on the recorder — an unusual instrument for students to master to such a high standard.
Beulah Pinto, the senior winner of GEMS Education’s Best of the Best singing competition, discusses her passion for singing and how she cannot picture doing anything else.
Keira Celiz, the junior winner of GEMS Education’s Best of the Best singing competition, discusses her song choice, her love of music and handling stage fright.