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The Department of Education Services (DES) advised that the 2022 Young Musician of The Year, initially scheduled for the John Gray High School Performing Arts Centre, will now take place at the Cayman Islands Baptist Church at 6:30pm on Saturday, April 2.
The DES apologises for any inconveniences caused by this change of venue.
For more details about the Young Musician of the Year Competition, contact DES Senior Customer Service Officer Nicki Samuels by telephone at 945-1199 or email at [email protected] or Customer Service Manager Mrs. Gloria Bell by telephone at 926-9727, or 945-1199 or by email at [email protected].
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