"It is now one of my most prized possessions and something I will treasure forever. Having a model crafted by my grandfather, which also reminds me of the brilliant times I spent at Brighton College, is a wonderful thing to have."
The Old Brightonian Community
We are all very proud here at BC to hear that Alenka Abraham (Fe. 2000-03) was successful in reaching the top of the infamous Mount Kilimanjaro, the highest mountain in Africa at 5895 metres, in efforts to raise funds for three causes very close to her heart.
Having worked in a variety of mediums and materials over the years, artist and designer Philip Vaughan (BCJS/Ch. 1954-62) never fails to impress us with his innovative and contemplative work.
Tabitha will always be remembered in Fenwick House as being ‘cool, calm and collected’. Her self-motivation and drive has always destined her for success and it is no wonder we are reading about her personal achievements throughout this month.
"James Way has been astonishing audiences with his technical command and stylistic maturity." -The Progress 1000: London's most influential people 2018 - Performance: Classical music
We were all very excited to hear that our very own Sarah Mann ( Fe. 1985-87) performed in Stefan Herheim's company debut with Glyndebourne's first new production of Pelléas et Mélisande.
Having recently graduated from the Brighton Institute of Modern Music in Brighton, Mia has recently released her debut single The Way You Roll.
Robert left Brighton College in 1972 having started at the Junior chool at the age of eight and progressing to the Senior School as a music scholar playing the piano, trumpet and Chapel organ. Robert spent thirty years of his career as a proprietary partner of Knight Frank running its commercial investment division and latterly as chairman of Knight Frank Asia Pacific based in Sydney.