Music Students Rock The Wedgewood RoomsPublished on: February 28, 2022
Music students struck a chord when they performed at the Wedgewood Rooms on Wednesday 9th February.
This was the first time the first-year Level 3 music students were able to perform an external gig since the relaxation of coronavirus restrictions. They played a range of popular hits, including songs Bat Out of Hell, Hound Dog and Tequila.
Music teacher Gareth Howells said:
“The talent our first-years very clearly demonstrated on this special night was awesome. One group have only known each other for a few months yet looked like they’d been playing music together for years. Everyone did an incredible job, and it was great to see so many people come and support them.”
On the night, students from our Level 3 Year 1 BTEC music performance and music technology courses performed. One of the many advantages to studying at Portsmouth College is the option to combine A Level and vocational courses. This includes students who have chosen to study music technology, which after completing the two-year course is equivalent to one A Level. This unique method of learning is a fantastic way for students to develop both their creative and academic skills.
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