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Jesse Withers Music ArtistJesse Withers, 15, created a piece called 'Symmetrical' and wants to be a music artist in the future. 

Talented musicians from West Suffolk College had their work featured in a prestigious exhibition in London last week.

The learners - who are all studying on a mixture of level two and level three music courses - submitted entries to be part of the annual University Arts of London (UAL) showcase, that features the work of talented artists from all corners of the UK.

In total, an impressive six learners’ work had been chosen to be part of an exhibition called Origins Creatives by UAL professional curator, Matt Williams.

Their efforts were able to be viewed at a venue called the Truman Brewery in Brick Lane, London, between 22 and 24 July 2022. The work can now be seen virtually in an online showcase.

The successful students are Noah Barton, George Burman, Yasmin Olias, Ollie De Alwis, Jessica Howlett and Jesse Withers.

Jesse, 15, from Capel St Mary, created a piece called Symmetrical. She wants to be a music artist in the future and said: “It’s incredible to have my work featured in London. It’s a massive opportunity.”

Ollie De Alwis, 19, from Boxford, had his experiment drum and bass album called Pan Fried Dub featured. Ollie said: “I’m really excited. I was stunned when I saw the email.” Listen to Ollie's work

Joe Stocking is the Head of Music and Media at West Suffolk College. Joe said: “To have the work of six students featured in this prestigious exhibition helps emphasise the amazing talent that we have at the College. Congratulations to the students - and a big thanks to our staff for helping them to reach these heights.”

Ollie DeAlwis Music Artist