Former LTI 5 Student Timmy O Sullivan was recently invited to London to sing at a charity benefit for the Great Ormond Street Hospital.
Timmy fundraised himself to cover costs for the journey, completing a sponsored 5 mile run the week he travelled over.
He travelled to London on August 11th and performed at the benefit. All at CAM are very proud of Timmy and all he has accomplished. There are videos on our facebook page http://www.facebook.com/bobseward for anyone who would like to see the run.
All of us at CAM are very proud of Timmy and all his achievements at the Academy.
Our LTI level 4 students paid a visit to Cork Penny Dinners last week with their assistant coordinator Dee Crowe, thanks to Caitriona Twomey for having them down once again. Pics of this visit are included in our gallery.
The Academy is now preparing for our Annual Summer School which will be taking place 3rd – 7th July.
If you are interested please contact Annemarie on 021 4210573 or email email@example.com
We welcome old & new faces 🙂
The Academy is proud to be involved in the Cork Lifelong Learning Festival for another year. The festival starts on Monday 3rd April and runs until Sunday 9th April. Check out our Facebook pages for a link to the full brochure to see the events listed all over Cork City.
Fantastic write up on the Evening Echo this week.
June 2016: Hayleigh , Lazar , Oliver and Jason all students on the LTI 5 course who have recently successfully auditioned for places in 3rd level education pictured with Academy Chairman Bob Seward.
Write up on some of our students on the Evening Echo on Friday 17th June 2016.
Great Day all around for the Cork Academy of Music
At 11.00 am Ard Mheara (Lord Mayor) of Cork City Cllr Chris O Leary hosted our 2016 graduates in Council Chambers City Hall and congratulated all on their achievements to date.
Along with wishing all well in their futures, he also stressed the importance of the strong Life Long Learning opportunities now available in Cork.
CAM echoes these sentiments in particular the opportunities now available in community settings.
Following this at 1 pm Ard Mheara Cllr Chris O Leary also launched Mahon Community Music Hub (MCMH) at City Gate in Mahon.
Mahon Community Music Hub is an initiative run in partnership with the local primary schools in the Mahon area.
CAM is delighted to work in partnership with Music Generation Cork City (MGCC) and the primary schools in the area.
A good day all around for CAM and Community Music Education in general and the opportunities now available thanks to the support of the Cork ETB / Cork City Council / DSP / HSE / City Partnership / CIT CSM /UCC / Local Business and the members of the Community.
You can find more pictures of this event in our Gallery section.
October 2015: A History of the Cork Academy of Music – we have recently published a book on the Academy and its success over the past 21 years. The book was researched and produced by Mr. Vincent Kelly (former editor of the Evening Echo). The book was launched by the Lord Mayor of Cork Cllr Chris O Leary in City Hall.
June 2015: The Academy is now recruiting for our Local Training Initiative (LTI) Programmes Levels 4 and 5 in Music commencing in September 2015. These are full time courses aimed at people aged 16-35. For further information and details of how to apply contact Annemarie on 021 4210573 / 4210852 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
One of our past students and current teachers Andrew Moran receiving the Staf Gebruers award 2015 at UCC.
Andrew teaches Guitar at the Academy.