SAGICOR LIFE REPEAT THEIR SUPPORT OF NIFCA JUNIORS

For the second year in succession, Sagicor‘s sponsorship of the NIFCA Juniors in the performing arts will allow for the continued creation of a Barbadian venue on which the talent of Barbados’ local aspiring young artistes is highlighted.

The NCF urges the public to show their support for local talent. Tickets are available at a number of convenient box office locations and from a click online at www.ticketpal.com

The NCF urges the public to show their support for local talent. Tickets are available at a number of convenient box office locations and from a click online at www.ticketpal.com

Which is very similar to “Alone we can do so little, together we can do so much…” A Sagicor corporate message certainly befitting of their show of support for the NIFCA Juniors.

Artist Christopher Benjamin proudly talks about his piece with AVP Marketing, Sagicor Life, Mrs. Tracey Knight-Lloyd

Artist Christopher Benjamin proudly talks about his piece with AVP Marketing, Sagicor Life, Mrs. Tracey Knight-Lloyd

Sagicor was one of the sponsors who answered the NCF’s call in 2013 for Corporate Barbados to come to the rescue of the Performing Arts and have recommitted as a member of the NIFCA family for 2014.

Dr John Hunte addressing day guests of the Geriatric, he observed - NIFCA is one of the NCF's main developmental programmes, and historically it has generated interest and participation from a number of school/community groups over its 41 years of existence. There are number of dance entrants for example with junior and mixed aged troupes that have been participating consecutively for as many as 21 years. Indeed it can also be said that performances from the many school choirs, drama speech participants and other categories have been one of the contributing factors to the audience attendance at NIFCA events over the years, resulting in the NCF's decision to host a Final's night specifically focusing on Juniors.

Dr John Hunte addressing day guests of the Geriatric, he observed – NIFCA is one of the NCF’s main developmental programmes, and historically it has generated interest and participation from a number of school/community groups over its 41 years of existence. There are number of dance entrants for example with junior and mixed aged troupes that have been participating consecutively for as many as 21 years. Indeed it can also be said that performances from the many school choirs, drama speech participants and other categories have been one of the contributing factors to the audience attendance at NIFCA events over the years, resulting in the NCF’s decision to host a Final’s night specifically focusing on Juniors.

In a search through the NIFCA vaults, one could also follow the journey of the ‘NIFCA Babies‘ who from a tender age on this national stage began their development of many a thriving career in the arts, in this case, specifically the performing arts.

Exactly two weeks shy of the Finals in the Junior Performing Arts category which is set for October 31st at the Frank Collymore Hall.

Exactly two weeks shy of the Finals in the Junior Performing Arts category which is set for October 31st at the Frank Collymore Hall.

Representatives from both the NCF and Sagicor paid a visit to The Geriatric Hospital to bring a tiny taste of the NIFCA Juniors to the seniors and infirm. A nice touch which saw the interaction of a combined team from both organisations with the patients and concluded with a kind presentation of a hamper from Sagicor chock-filled of items always needed at the Hospital.

Participants who qualify for the Finals in the Performing Arts, Juniors included, will be vying for NIFCA Gold, Silver and Bronze medals along with incentive awards in the non-professional category. They include the Madame Ifill Award for Dance; the Daphne Joseph-Hackett Award for Theatre - Drama; the Bruce St. John Award for Theatre - Speech; and the James Millington Award for Music. Staying with Youth? Don't forget... The Sagicor Visionaries' deadline now extended until 10-31-2014 visit www.sagicorvisionaries.com

Participants who qualify for the Finals in the Performing Arts, Juniors included, will be vying for NIFCA Gold, Silver and Bronze medals along with incentive awards in the non-professional category. They include the Madame Ifill Award for Dance; the Daphne Joseph-Hackett Award for Theatre – Drama; the Bruce St. John Award for Theatre – Speech; and the James Millington Award for Music. Staying with Youth? Don’t forget… The Sagicor Visionaries’ deadline now extended until 10-31-2014 visit www.sagicorvisionaries.com

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