The event began at 7:15 at the forecourt of the college, which was jam-packed with parents, performers invited guests, staff, students. June Merye QUAGRAINE and Emmanuel Bimpong gave the welcome address and steered the event smoothly to its end.
The concert started with a gospel song , titled ‘Heaven have your way’, performed by Deborah Korboe. This was followed by three gospel songs performed by Maame Efua Benyi and Dinah Brocke, Funmbi Jaiyeola and Enyine Morgan – Asiedu.
Next came the Rhythm and Blues section. Angel Kankam-Boadu, Nana Aba Kufour, Monisaya Abidoye, Nasua Labi, Kachi Addo- Noble, Trish Kujeke and Jean Prime and Annabel Kubabom drew cheers and applause from the audience when they performed.
This was followed by the Reggae section where Evangeline Ocloo, Nii Duodo Addo, Denise Bonsu and Abena Danquah and Edem Dake as well as Nana Abayie Quakyie, Delalie Cofie and Gyanwa Amoah awed the audience with their amazing performances.
Next in line was the Oldies and Pop section, performed by Femi Lamptey and Princess Chapel , Nadia Baye, Nicole Brakohiapa and Kezia Baye. Melody Dodoo, Naana Kome- Mensah, Anna Affriye, Esther Yeboah Krystin Korboe and Hilda Koranteng ended the section with ‘Can’t get enough of your love’ by Barry White.
Floyd Apeagyei, Dugbaki Teye, Kofi Dawson, Yaw Boaitey, Nii Duodu, Gyanwa Amoah, Maame Akosua Ofori Takyiwaa and Femi Lamptey thrilled the audience with some African songs.
The final song of the night was performed by Jean Prime Nishimwe titled ‘Sunshine Day’ by Osibisa. Mr. Ofei ended a fantastic evening with his closing remarks. It was clear that the Band Concert was a wonderful thrilling event that music lovers will look forward to again next year. Special thanks go to Upswing Music Company for their excellent sound engineering.