International music star to return to Prem

Acclaimed musician Chris T-T, is returning to Prem for two weeks of workshops, concerts, and master classes.

As an artist, Chris has played shows around the world with musicians such as Ben Folds, Elbow, The National, Frank Turner, Divine Comedy, Tom Robinson, Bellowhead, British Sea Power, Carter USM, Robyn Hitchcock and many others. He has composed music on commission for the World Health Organisation and Natural History Museum and has been involved in dozens of education projects both in the U.K and internationally.

During his time at Prem, he will work with students and teachers to explore their lessons through music, song and creative writing, working across subject areas and age-ranges.

As a returning artist to Prem’s residency programme, Chris commented

“Working with the students and staff at Prem was one of my highlights of 2016 and I am super-excited to have been invited back again so soon”. Prem’s artist residency and creative development director, Alex Soulsby stated “It’s exposure to high-quality artists such as Chris, that help students to become passionate about and take ownership of their learning”

Chris will be in residence from Jan 16 – 27 and will give be giving a free concert on the evening of Jan 27, see details below:

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