- The Director and Trustees of the JTP Trust are profoundly saddened to learn of the death of Her Majesty the Queen. We remember with deep gratitude her long reign as our Servant Queen and hold her family in our thoughts and prayers at this time.
- First post for ages! Remember Swindon the Opera community project in 2012? To celebrate the Platinum Jubilee the JTPTrust retell the opera’s creation in a 60 minutes, complete with slides,costumes and music from the original opera. Come and see us if you are free, Sunday 3 July. https://t.co/QEkn7hpjsL
- Year 9 singers! The JTPTrust is trialling a new Year 9 class from 7pm -8pm during Autumn Term 2. Free Taster Session Tuesday 2 November. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
- NO lesson for Blue, Green, Apricot, Yellow classes tomorrow (I love our new colour system). Your 5th lesson of the term is NEXT week, 19 October!!!
- First tweet this term! Singers are doing fantastically well. It’s the 5th and last week of term for the Orange and older classes tomorrow. See you then,JT
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- Maddy Tanner on JTPTrust Summer Gala Concert – CHASING RAINBOWS
- Laurence Welch on Sad news of our Patron, Mollie Petrie
- JTPT on Concert Choir prepare for Music For Youth
- Gaynor Wright on Concert Choir prepare for Music For Youth
- JTPT on Brunel: The Little Man in the Tall Hat! Exciting revival at Steam Museum
Very well done to all the singers from JTP who performed in the outstanding production of Oliver with SALOS appearing in the Fantastic Fagin’s Gang or the Charismatic Children’s Chorus –all who performed with such enthusiasm and energy, bringing their own individuality through in each of their characters, and were always full of fun, and mischief and always in character– their singing, dancing and acting was superb – all of them stars in the making! Not forgetting the vey amusing Amy Grimshaw who played the very Sinister and Sour Mrs Sowerberry quite brilliantly. Well Done to you all – you should be very proud of yourselves!