La Vie Bohème: Photography Exhibition was a event geared towards raising funds for the Grant A Wish foundation. The institution plans to host an Alice in Wonderland event for terminally ill children in Trinidad and Tobago. The exhibition was hosted by the Interactive Club of St. Joseph’s Convent, St. Joseph (SJCSJ) and held at Dianne’s Tea Shop on Long Circular Road, Maraval.
The exhibition showcased pictures taken by current students of St. Joseph’s Convent, St. Joseph (SJCSJ), Ariel Khan and Maegan Dillah, and Jabbarie Bostock, a law student at the Institute of Law and Academic Studies. Following the display of the photographs were the night’s performers.
The opening performer Stephann Feroza began her set with a cover and also sang three of her original songs. Viren Neel followed afterwards covers of songs progressing from relatively old to modern day songs like Skankin Sweet by Chronixx and ending with his original song God’s Game. Taking a pause from music-based entertainment, Alexandra Stewart performed two of her spoken words pieces, Confessions – talking about her love for food, and the second talking about what happens when you break a writer’s heart. Aisha followed and sang two original songs, Feeling Irie and Sunday Morning, accompanied by her father Rodrick Noel who played the guitar.
Juh-Ri, a young local rapper who considers himself an emotional guy, performed a few unreleased tracks, entitled Come Here, Switched and For You. Desle performing a medley including Location by Khalid and Overdue by Erphaan Alves. He also performed an original song called Island Vibe. Xone then performed a couple of his original songs and to close the show Jimmy October closed the show with his single, First Time, accompanied by his band member Isaac Cozier on guitar.
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