Trumpets offers summer workshops at Podium and Shangri-La malls

by Oliver Oliveros
Mar 26, 2007
Audie Gemora (left) has been training talented young Filipinos such as Sam Concepcion (right) to excel in the theater arts, allowing them to penetrate the mainstream music industry.

This summer, Trumpets expands its performing arts workshops to the Podium, in addition to its workshops at Shangri-La Plaza Mall. Acting master class and personality development classes have been added to the hot list of Trumpets Playshop courses that will entice any kid, teen or young adult alike to stay in the metro during the hot summer months. Trumpets summer workshops run from April 2 to June 2.

Now on its 14th year as a summer training ground for exemplary talents, which have included Asian pop star Christian Bautista, teen star Sam Concepcion, first Philippine Idol finalist Reymond Sajor, and the Playshop Kids, Trumpets Playshop rallies behind the theme, "Passing It On."

"It's been pure joy to pass on our years of experience in the performing arts to young learners summer after summer. Seeing Christian, Sam, Reymond, the Playshop Kids and the rest of our graduates making it big outside Trumpets is truly exhilarating for their respective teachers. It's like it has become our ‘passion to pass it on.' We challenge everyone who's been part of Trumpets to pass on the torch in his/her own personal means and ways," says workshop consultant Audie Gemora.

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Trumpets Playshop, which has been consistently getting the biggest number of enrollees every year, specifically offers Children's Theatre, Children's Musical Theatre, Children's Musical Theatre (Intermediate), Teens and Adults' Musical Theatre, Summer Stock, Teens and Adults' Basic Acting, Kids, Teens and Adults' Streetdancing, Children and Teens' Modeling, Streetdancing (Advance), Teens and Adults' Public Speaking and Hosting, Acting Master Class and Personality Development.

Trumpets Musicademy, Trumpets' year-round training facility, based at the Shangri-La Plaza Mall, offers one-on-one voice, musical instruments (piano and guitar), languages (English and French) and speech classes.

For inquiries, please call 636-2842 or 635-4478.

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Audie Gemora (left) has been training talented young Filipinos such as Sam Concepcion (right) to excel in the theater arts, allowing them to penetrate the mainstream music industry.
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