Latest News within the School of Creative Visual and Performing Arts

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NPTC’s Performing Arts Department Promotes Audition Success

Neath Port Talbot College prides itself on giving the students ‘more than just education’ and this year the Performing Arts department is proud to present the Oracle Performing Arts Company...

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NPTC’s Visionary Approach to Dance

Over the past decade, the Department of Dance at Neath Port Talbot College has grown from strength to strength and yet again the results are excellent with a 100 per cent pass rate on both the A Level and BTEC courses.

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Neath Male Voice Choir Bursary - Most Promising Singer at NPTC

Lauren Drew, Performing Arts student is pictured in Neath Male Voice Choir’s annual bursary concert with Performing Arts Course Co-ordinator, Rhian Lloyd and Elysium III, featuring ex-student, Ceri Ann Gregory.

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NPTC Students collaborate with local film company Tornado Films

Neath Port Talbot students studying BTEC Extended Diploma in Media Production and the BTEC National Diploma in Performing Arts have been working with Producer / Director Antony Smith from Tornado Films, Tornado Films is a local film production company based in Sandfields Business Centre in Port Talbot.

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NPTC Performing Arts Students perform at Disneyland Paris

Performing Arts students at Neath Port Talbot College were recently fortunate to perform on the main stage at Disneyland, Paris. Their concert programme included Karl Jenkins’ Adiemus, excerpts from Oliver and The Lion King.

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Music Lecturers’ Jazz Album Success

The recent 'Journeys' album by Dave Jones, Course Co-ordinator for the Foundation Degree in Popular Music at Neath Port Talbot College was chosen as jazz CD of the week in the London Evening Standard newspaper.

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BT Big Voice Competition

Creative students from Neath Port Talbot College have won a competition sponsored by BT to make films highlighting issues of concern where they live. Three separate teams from the College have each won £1,000 and professional film production support.

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