The Annual football match Hustyns against St.Breward, kindly organised by Paul and Anthony will take place at

St.Breward football ground on Sunday 29th July - kick off at 3pm. Proceeds towards the Fund. All welcome to support !

Adult workshops with Maria and Barry to take place at the Perceval Institute on Thursday 9th August and Friday 10th August from 10am - 4pm

After a very successful taster day in April the Cornish youngsters will be involved in a 7 day series of workshops led by Maria Jagusz (director) and Barry Potts and Chris Hamilton (musical directors).

The production this year is Alice in Theatreland and will be performed in Wadebridge Town  Hall on Saturday 18th August at 7.30pm and Sunday 19th August at 2.30pm and 7.30pm

Maria's talented group of singers MJUK from Gloucestershire and beyond are in Cornwall from August 20th

They will be singing on the Platt at Port Isaac on Monday 20th Aug at 6.30pm and also on the Bandstand at Padstow on Wednesday 22nd August at 6.30pm

The popular Waterfront restaurant concert takes place on Thursday 23rd August from 7.30 pm. This event is kindly hosted by Jamie Yoki and is called "Be Our Guest".

The company will be performing at two church venues this year. St.Petrocs Church in Padstow on Friday 24th August and at St. Minver Church on Saturday 25th August. This years concert is called "Some Enchanted Evening" and the Chris Treglown Foundation Fund Awards will be presented at the Saturday evening performance.

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2017 MJ-UK Music and Arts entertained audiences wonderfully throughout their time in Cornwall, raising money for the Fund

Events included wonderful open air performances on the Platt at Port Isaac, a concert and buffet kindly hosted by Jamie Yoki at the Waterfront restaurant in Polzeath, and two superb concerts entitled "Music of the Night" which took place at St. Minver Church

The musical directors were the very talented Barrie Cooper and Barry Potts

2017 saw more successful workshop experiences for adults and youngsters. These were led by Maria Jagusz and enjoyed by all!

Adults from all over Cornwall joined Maria for a 2 day workshop experience where they focused on technique, skills and performance and an opportunity to perform in the church concerts

The youngsters from all over Cornwall took part in a week of workshops

where they focused on the fun production of Suessical based on the stories

from the Dr Suess books . They gave two fantastic performances in

Wadebridge Town Hall to sell out audiences . The musical director was

Chris Hamilton , stage manager Shannon Martin and technical team Scotty

and Jan

Local groups such as Avalon Theatre Group were extremely helpful and

Rob Badlan (chief administrator) and Mike Osborne (set design)

Workshops were held in Cornwall in 2016

Maria Jagusz directed a mini production of the popular musical Matilda at St.Minver School during the summer. Chris Hamilton accompanied

There was a workshop taster day at the school on April 2nd with a performance on Tuesday 23rd April

..there was a session of workshops carried out over three days from Wednesday 17th - Friday 19th August, after which there were opportunities to perform the songs at the MJ-UK Music and Arts concerts on Saturday

20th and Sunday 21st August

This was an amazing opportunity for young people aged between

7 and 21 years to be a part of such great musical experience with

the opportunity to learn new skills and meeting others

The Adult Workshops took place at the Perceval Institue

St.Minver on Monday 15th and Tuesday 16th August 2016

There was a special Concert at which all the past and present

Chris Treglown Foundation Fund Award

Winners performed at the beautiful Cornish Church at

St.Endellion on 18th July

MJ-UK Music and Arts Cornwall concerts took place at St.Minver

Church on Saturday 20th and Sunday 21st August

..and again at Wadebridge Town Hall on Tuesday 23rd August

..and at The Waterfornt Restaurant in Polzeath (by kind permission of Jamie Yoki) on Wednesday 24th August 2016

Concerts in August 2015 were very successful yet again. MJ-UK Music and Arts members from the workshops delighted the audiences with songs from Fiddler on the Roof, Les Miserables, Billy Elliot & many more group & solo performances

For the first time in August 2015 MJ-UK Music and Arts sang on the Platt at Port Isaac. A beautiful setting for beautiful voices !

A wonderful concert held at St. Enodoc Golf club in July 2015 saw a packed audience who were thrilled at the performances by the past & present award winners of the Fund.

Performers were Jonny Hyde, George Clark, George Turner, Sian Voller, Gilly Wells, Daniel Annear, Matt Perry, Alicia Fairhurst & (musical director) Maria Jagusz.

Musical accompanists were the very accomplished Barrie Cooper & Chris Hamilton

The final concert for August 2015 was held at Hustyns and was entitled "The West End Comes to Hustyns"

A concert packed full of MJ-UK Music and Art’s favourite songs to delight everyone

We we’re really excited to announce that Robert Dean was on the Audition panel. Robert was artistic director and chorus master of London’s famous Philharmonia Chorus from 1988-2007. He conducts operas & concerts at home & abroad and is much sought after as a voice teacher and coach. He is a professor of singing at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama


2016 Workshops

There will be exciting News again this year! ..please revisit this page regularly and watch this space as more details unfold                                                                                    

for information email Julia Treglown

2017 Workshops

2018 Events & Workshops

This year an Award will be made to a young person who has contributed to music in the Cornish community. It is important to recognise young people who work hard and help others. This Award will go to Tom Howard aged 24yrs from Wadebridge. Tom has worked for the Cornwall Music Trust and he is a fine musician. He has taken the role of musical director for many local productions and is currently working on "Sweeny Todd" in Bodmin. He enjoys performing and the work he puts in to help others develop their musical talents is truly recognised.

Great news - Amos Mayland from Rock who was Jojo in last years production of Suessical has been selected  to be in the cast of "School of Rock " in London’s West End . We will miss him in Alice this year but wish him so many best wishes . Well done Amos !