A music and dance extravaganza by Truro and Penwith College students.
Truro and Penwith College showacse students talent at Events Square in Falmouth.
Truro and Penwith College is one of the best colleges in the country for high quality education and training.
The programme for the day will include Three Voices, a Flute Choir, Saxophone ensemble, a duet of piano and flute, Dance, Gadjo Guitares and rock and pop from three college bands from music courses at Truro College.
A Level Music has been part of the curriculum at Truro College since the college first opened in 1993 now there are nine level 2 and 3 post 16 courses and four undergraduate programmes in Classical or Commercial Music, Music or Sound Technology and Jazz.
Students are also encouraged to continue their instrumental grade exams in music; this year 18 students will be taking their grade 8.
The high standard of the facilities at the college provides the best learning environment and equipment.
The many practice rooms allow students to have individual tuition as well as sound proofed rooms to practise in groups.
Truro and Penwith College can boast that it’s lecturing staff has a high level of teaching and professional experience in the music industry, including producing their own albums, music for film and TV and always live performance.
Truro College has a developing Music Academy which is led by Tom Quirke. Tom has worked with a variety of artists such as Lily Allen, Oasis, and Raphael Ravenscroft and also performed at large venues including the Royal Albert Hall.
The Academy provides all College students, with a talent for music, the chance to develop their skills and enjoyment of performing notated music in a range of styles. Students who can play music to a suitable standard enjoy playing and singing music in groups, attend concerts and play or sing at public venues.