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Music is alive in Gloucestershire as Trinity College London run workshops in Gloucester and Stroud

By citizenmike  |  Posted: February 28, 2014

Govind Kharbana (left) Business Development Manager (music) at Trinity College London, and Sara Espley (Trinity Examiner) at the music workshop for music teachers and learners from international examinations board Trinity College London, held at the Colwell Arts Centre in Gloucester

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MUSIC is well and truly alive in Gloucestershire.

Music teachers from across the county descended on workshops in Gloucester and Stroud last Wednesday to find out more about exams from the international music examinations board Trinity College London.

They were able to find out about the exams that their pupils will be able to take as they learn new instruments.

Govind Kharbanda, business development manager at Trinity College London, said: “The workshops were great. It was really good to meet the music teachers of Gloucestershire. It is clear there's a real appetite for music among learners in the county and there is some real talent too.”

The two classical, jazz, rock and pop workshops were held at the Colwell Arts Centre, in Gloucester, and Hawkwood College, in Stroud.

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