18th Sep, 2019

Practise is pitch perfect with app

Rob George 22nd Jan, 2019

A UNIVERSITY of Worcester graduate has helped to launch a new app designed to motivate children to practise their musical instruments and improve their performance.

Christopher Lopez, who graduated with an MBA (Master of Business Administration) in November, is the Customer Marketing Manager for tech start-up business, nSpireMe.

The company has created the Let’s Play Violin app and Christopher has been working to raise awareness of the app on a global scale, in addition to UK sales.

“I am still in awe to be working here,” said the 24-year-old, who now lives in Bethnal Green. “As the app has launched internationally, the most incredible thing is seeing teachers or parents in countries like Bermuda and Bolivia download our app.”

Christopher completed an undergraduate degree at Worcester in English and Drama and Performance. He was then an intern at the PR firm Bell Pottinger where he got hands-on experience with internationally-recognised brands, like Qatar Airways.


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