Anna and Louis - Masters of Ceremony
Anna Busuttil is a 16-year-old student at The International School of The Hague. Speaking four languages, having 6 nationalities and having travelled to every continent on the globe, she aims to stay “infinitely curious” and to always explore the world around her. With a love for writing and art, Anna hopes to one day curate works in the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, or become a writer. She believes that anything that encourages people to share their thoughts and ideas is an enterprise worth empowering, and is thus very honored to be able to be the Master of Ceremony at TEDX Youth@ISH.
Like you, Louis Buijs is curious about what the world has to offer. He has sat in a TEDx audience and been intrigued by its underlying concept, where ideas are shared by a host of inspiring speakers. So he asked himself “How can I best contribute to a future TEDx conference?”. The idea of being Master of Ceremonies appealed enormously. Half Australian and half Dutch, Louis has lived in The Netherlands for almost 10 years. With diverse interests including MUN, being Co-Chair of the FeminISH GIN group and playing saxophone, Louis likes to be open-minded and is constantly challenging himself.
Our Masters of Ceremony
Entertainment on stage... have a look!
Y10 - 13 students play a selection of jazz-rock tunes, directed by Mr Cherrin
Dance company from the CODARTS University of the Arts in Rotterdam will perform their original choreography. The company includes Y12 student Kiera Drake.
Laura, Robyn, Rose, Zihan and Yung-Chin perform their own composition inspired by an English renaissance melody, which they have arranged for instruments from Asia and Europe
Mohamed Bangura wrote this song in contemporary style. He will perform with his fellow students Leon Janssen on piano and Sara van Eeghen on backing vocals.
Maya Nelson-Rowntree, Year 12, has written an original song for TEDx called 'Children'. She will perform with Siiri Oksanan from Year 11
Year 11 Music option students have composed this piece including clapping and body percussion. Be ready to join in and follow their lead.
Year 11 Music option students have composed this piece including clapping and body percussion. Be ready to join in and follow their
DJ for the day, Alex Madsen, will create a chill groove on the Plaza
Daliyah Hammoud and Rick Fennis will perform a selection of contemporary songs
The Glee Club, directed by Idan Goldwasser, will perform on the Plaza
Jaap and Nicole will bring a traditional Peruvian Folk dance
Hide and seek on the plaza :-)