14 April 2023
NATHASSIA is half Dutch and half Indian and is known for bringing together Eastern and Western cultures in a spellbinding style. She has been hailed as “the new face of dance culture” and “this generation’s Kate Bush” by BBC Radio 1.
During her visit to the school, NATHASSIA showcased her vocal style and live performances, captivating the pupils with her music and positive messages. She believes that promoting mental health and equality is essential, especially among young people who are often affected by these issues.
NATHASSIA’s visit to the school was a resounding success, with pupils inspired and engaged by her music and message. She hopes to continue spreading positivity and multiculturalism through her music and performances and inspire young people to embrace diversity and make a positive impact on the world.
Nathassia says of her trip to the school where she also completed a Q&A and signing session: “I absolutely loved coming to St Swithun’s. The pupils and staff were all so nice and they were a great crowd. I hope they all enjoyed the performance and the talk I gave, hopefully I can come back again. Thanks to you all.”
Headmistress Jane Gandee said: “Nathassia was a memorable addition to last term’s programme of speakers and her visit resonated with our students because of our own interest in and commitment to wellbeing and diversity. They thoroughly enjoyed both the talk and the performance making this an upbeat end to the term.”