Five Towns College Offers New Saturday Seminars and Workshops

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Five Towns College to offer music and film classes this spring for high school students, college students and adults starting March 22.

The inner workings of the music and film industries will be revealed during new Saturday seminars and workshops at Five Towns College. These classes are available to high school and college students as well as adults starting March 22.

Those who attend Five Towns College’s workshops will learn how to act for the camera or basic techniques for action or combat sequences for the stage and film. Classes will be offered in audio recording, music, music business and theatre. All seminars and workshops are non-accredited so no prerequisite classes are required.

These classes are perfect for those who have always wanted to pursue acting or take private music lessons with experienced professionals. Students can also learn about the business side of the music industry, how to use digital recording equipment, how sound is recorded in a movie and acting classes.

Classes will be offered at the Five Towns College campus in Dix Hills, located just off Exit 50 of the Long Island Expressway. Any questions about the workshops can be answer by calling admissions at 631-656-2110 or visiting Those interested can request a brochure.

Five Towns College will also be hosting an open house at 1 p.m. Saturday, March 15. Attendees can learn about Five Towns College’s degree programs in music, media, education and the performing arts. Applications are still being accepted for the spring and summer semesters as well.

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At Five Towns College, students will receive the hands-on-experience needed to compete in the worlds of music, media, music business, education and entertainment. Students considering Five Towns should experience one of their theatrical performances or concerts and judge for themselves the level of Five Town’s proficiency and uniqueness. Take a tour of their facilities and see the MIDI, MAC and PC labs, the film/video and television studios, or the three audio studios, where musical recordings, films and other artistic work take place. Visit their website for more information about student life and academics at

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