So excited for our show this December, Sunday 2nd December 2-4pm
Aspire Arts Academy student – Emily Loughran has been a very busy young lady over the last few months. Emily has been recording her own beautiful versions of some fantastic songs, with stylish and sophisticated videos. Please visit her website page to see the sort of talent that Aspire Arts Academy is nurturing. Amazing talent Emily – keep aspiring, working hard, and delighting every listener with your enchanting vocals!
Please support Emily’s journey to become a recording artist by liking her Facebook page.
Our Director Kat Stephens has been judging the TeenStar Competition, the area heats and final and will be judging the Regional finals in May. “It is fantastic to see what talented young people we have in our Region. It takes a great deal of courage to participate in a competition like TeenStar, and I admire every single contestant. I truly believe it is a great platform for young people to compete in an encouraging environment and perform in an auspicious arena. I hope every single singer and dancer takes a really positive experience away with them, which they can continue to build on, developing both greater confidence and performance techniques .I wish all of the contestants the best of luck with their future endeavours and applaud their courage, commitment and talent”. Kat feels she has learned an awful lot to encourage and motivate our students here at Aspire Arts Academy. Click here to visit the website
Singing Groups gave some amazing performances and put everyone in the Festive mood. With the help of hot chocolate, gingerbread men, mince pies & mulled wine (for the adults only of course)!
The Songbirds then gave a ‘cracking’ performance on Sunday 15th December. Ciara Falvey one of Aspire’s very first Dance Teachers came back from Performing Arts College to perform three beautiful solos, and our very own Director – Kat Stephens even took to the stage to sing a few numbers! Thank you again to all our performers, to the Saracens Head for inviting us to perform and to everyone who came along to support us, especially at such a busy time of year with other concerts that night at Nicholas Hawksmoor and Sponne!!
The Songbirds, Aspire Juniors and Aspire Seniors were cordially invited to perform again at Stowe gardens this year. This is our third year of performing at Stowe. This time it was outside, which was lovely, but rather cold luckily we warmed with feelings of festive fun!!! Thank you to everyone who performed and came to support us the event organiser said it was the largest crowds she had seen and that we obviously had lots of loyal Aspire fans!
Calling all young people and adults too!!!!!! We will be holding our very first ‘Open Week’ W/C 16th January. Come and join us to see what Aspire Arts Academy is all about! With an opportunity to join in the classes, meet our lovely teachers, talk to our students about their experiences at Aspire Arts Academy! Please come along to as many of our classes as you can, free of charge and see if you would like to join us!
Our very first showcase was simply amazing. The Students all worked so incredibly hard, we are proud of each and every one of them! We were very sorry to say goodbye to Grace Taylor who has been such a wonderful, inspiring and dedicated teacher, we wish her all the very best at Masters Performing Arts College.
What an achievement in a year – Ballet, Tap, Street, Contemporary, Jazz, Singing & Drama, our students thoroughly enjoyed every minute, as did their parents.
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