A New Beginning…

This is the first post of the Fern Sessions Blog, which will hope to give a window into the musical journeys of Falmouth University music students. We are planning to launch live music sessions featuring some of these incredibly talented musicians in the New Year (more information soon) to help showcase their music.

In the meantime we have weekly interviews with first year music students, giving us an insight into where they have come from, the type of music they are currently creating, their musical creation process and what their hopes for the future are. If you know of any Falmouth University music students who you think would be good to interview or to have a live music session recorded please get in touch via the Contact Us page. Although the music sessions will not start until next year we are currently looking for musicians to fill these sessions, so if you would like to apply for a set please get in touch with links to any examples of your music. Each set will be 15 minutes and it will have to be comprised of all your own compositions due to copyright issues.

The team and I are all really excited for the start of a project that we hope will carry on long after we have completed our degrees.

Matt Woolley

Matthew Woolley

Matthew Woolley

Matthew Woolley is a musician and Falmouth University student from Shropshire. His main instrument is Folk Fiddle but he plays several others and likes almost all types of music. Matt came up with the idea for Fern Sessions after wanting there to be more opportunities for 1st year music students in Falmouth to get their music heard. He plays under the name Quantum Penguin (he likes Penguins!) and you can check out his music at www.quantumpenguin.co.uk

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