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Cameron Byrom (La Chât student)

Posted By Alumni Office, mercredi, 20 mai 2020
Updated: mercredi, 20 mai 2020
Cameron Byrom

How long have you been at Ecolint?
I've been at Ecolint for 13 years.

What has been your greatest challenge as a student, in dealing with the coronavirus pandemic?
My greatest challenge as a student during COVID19 would involve remaining productive and keeping a positive mindset when thinking about and organising my future as a university student and adult.

What have you learned during this time?

Throughout quarantine, I have learned the importance of media and staying in contact with others as it is so easy to lose contact. 

How do you think Covid will change education (at Ecolint, and after Ecolint!) in the coming years?
I believe that COVID will change Ecolint in the sense that students will cherish little moments such as lunches and breaks all the way up to much larger scale occasions such as graduation. Often we take those things for granted but I believe that students will be playing outside much more, talking to teachers and socialising instead of keeping to themselves.

Since you're a musician, are there any songs or bands you think we should be listening to these days?
There are definitely many songs, bands and albums you could be listening to during this extended period of quarantine. As a well-taught musician of La Châtaigneraie, I have always been told to listen to everything and keep an open mind when it comes to music. This is why I suggest that everyone tries to listen to a new artist every day from different genres. Although it is important to keep listening to new things, it is also advised that you listen to what makes you feel good and brings your mood up. Here are some of my personal suggestions from different genres: 

        Pop / Alternative
        Twenty One Pilots - Level Of Concern (a song about quarantine)
        Declan McKenna - Why Do You Feel So Down
        Anderson Paak - Make It Better 
        Samm Henshaw - Broke
        
        Rap        
        Brass Tracks - Opposite Ways
        Kendrick Lamar - Alright (explicit)
        Kanye West - Everything We Need
        Makala - Savannah

        Rock / Alternative
        Lenny Kravitz - Dig In
        The Strokes - You Only Live Once
        Foals - The Runner
        Roosevelt - Losing Touch

        Jazz / Fusion
        Avishai Cohen Trio - Beyond
        Ashley Henry - The Mighty
        Mark Guiliana Jazz Quartet - Big Rig Jones
        Billy Childs - Backwards Bop

        Reggae
        Raging Fyah - Rebel
        Bob Marley - Waiting In Vain
        Kiko Bun - Stay Bless
        UB40 - Red Red Wine

And last but not least, an album that I would suggest that everyone go listen to: Tom Misch & Yussef Dayes - What Kinda Music

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