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Music & Performing Arts

With access to cutting-edge equipment, studios and concert spaces, you’ll develop your creative, technical and practical knowledge, with exciting performance opportunities.

breaking creative boundaries

Performance, production and creativity abound in the Music and Performing Arts department at Truro and Penwith College. Whether choosing to study a creative A Level or taking the dedicated Extended Diploma options, our professionally-focused courses are designed to equip students with the skills, experience and friendships to take their studies to the next level at university or to embark on a career in this popular sector.

Our creative Music and Performing Arts Academy helps to promote the development of practical skills while also giving an opportunity to work and collaborate with the wider artistic community of Cornwall.

Tracey Tickle
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The dedication, experience and industry-related skills of the teaching team, combined with up-to-date resources and highly talented students create one of the most accomplished Performing Arts departments in the country.

Tracey Tickle - Programme Team Leader, Music & Performing Arts at Truro College

industry insights

Our tutors have a wealth of industry experience, which they use to give you insights into what it takes to become a professional musician or performing artist. With their expert tuition and your determination, you’ll thrive in your chosen field.

state-of-the-art resources

You’ll have access to state-of-the-art equipment and performance spaces, including recording studios, audio editing software and concert areas with professional rigging and lighting consoles. You’ll also have the opportunity to perform in real venues across Cornwall, building up valuable experience and exposure.

courses for adults

We run a variety of part-time dance workshops where you can learn jazz, ballroom or Bollywood dancing, to name only a few. Zumba classes are a great way to get fit in a fun and dynamic environment, or learn how to write songs with software such as Logic and begin making your own music.

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There’s a lot more freedom to College but the lecturers are very supportive.

Aro Pellow, Level 3 Diploma in Performing Arts
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