MYTH has big plans for the year ahead

Wicklow People (West Edition) - - NEWS - By MYLES BUCHANAN

MYTH Academy looked back over an­other suc­cess­ful year as they held their an­nual pre­sen­ta­tion night in Holy Rosary Hall.

The stu­dents took mu­si­cal theatre, speech and drama, gui­tar, pi­ano and drum ex­ams with Le­in­ster school of Mu­sic and Drama and the Royal Ir­ish academy of Mu­sic.

The re­sults were top notch as all stu­dents passed with first class hon­ours and eleven stu­dents were awarded medals, mean­ing they achieved above 95 per cent. The stu­dents, aged be­tween seven and 19, were praised for their fan­tas­tic ac­com­plish­ments.

MYTH Academy had a very busy year fol­low­ing on from per­form­ing in Croke Park last August for the Pope. They went on to per­form in the Na­tional Con­cert Hall in April with the Rath­mines and Rath­gar mu­si­cal so­ci­ety.

They also held very suc­cess­ful end of year pro­duc­tion in June and MYTH ap­peared in the Re­gatta Con­cert as well this year held in Fa­tima Hall dur­ing the month of July.

The founder of MYTH, Ais­ling Doyle, said: ‘There are very ex­cit­ing plans for the com­ing year and ev­ery­one is al­ready spec­u­lat­ing on what the big an­nounce­ment might be.’

The new term be­gins on Septem­ber 20 and Septem­ber 21st.

For any fur­ther in­for­ma­tion please con­tact Ais­ling on 086 840454.

The tal­ented young peo­ple who re­ceived their cer­tifi­cates at the MYTh pre­sen­ta­tion night in the Holy Rosary School, Wick­low town.

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