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Ryan Larmour is one in a million!

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Ryan Larmour is a young creative man with Autism, who has a passion for Rap music. Using his creative flair he has created DVDs highlighting life with Autism.

“Autism doesn’t hold back 16 year old Northern Irish Rapper Ryan Larmour (aka W.A.D) from doing what he loves best, with the power of Rap music Ryan hopes to raise awareness, inspire and help support people with the same condition.”

Ryan has attended Glagowbury as part of the Rural Key Music and Multimedia Programme and Small But Massive Samba Band.

To show appreciation for his time here at Glasgowbury HQ and with Superstars Cafe in Cookstown, Ryan has gone door to door selling the DVD and raised the phonomenal amount of £7290 of which he donated £3645 to Glasgowbury!

Thank You Ryan! We are humbled to receive such a donation – which will go towards sustaining creative projects in the Cornstore Creative Hub including Junior and Senior Samba Band facilitation, which is close to Ryan’s heart.

Check out Ryan’s videos below as he aims to raise awareness, inspire and help to support others like himself.

Glasgowbury is a Registered Charity who benefit from 3rd party support and donations to keep the doors open to creativity for young people of all needs and abilities.

Like Ryan, you can help us fundraise here.

Rural Key Youth Live Showcase

Rural Key Youth Live Showcase five young acts and Headliner The Gemma Bradley Band. On the night the young people who done Rural Key Live Sound production workshops and the Film / Photography students will also be there to capture the gig as it all happens.

This gig is run by young people for young people so that they all can be part of running a live show from start to finish.

Doors open 6pm.
Door price £3.00
Under 12s £1.00

Join the facebook event!

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Creative Pathways Workshops

Do you need help to explore opportunities and switch on your creative light bulb?

Are you a creative spark in need of support to help focus your idea?

Network Personnel’s new programme is providing young adults with clear pathways into the creative industries.

For more information call: 0845 3620747 or email info@networkpersonnel.org.uk

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Upcoming Events

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Irish singer-songwriters double headliners at Cornstore

Ciaran Lavery & Marc O’Reilly play NI gig

NI double headline gig for emerging Irish artists Ciaran Lavery and Marc O’Reilly

SATURDAY 19 SEPTEMBER

£10 TICKETS AVAILABLE NOW

DOORS 8PM BYOB NO GLASS

BY LOUISE CONVERY

Emerging Irish songwriters Ciaran Lavery and Marc O’Reilly are playing a double headline gig in Draperstown next month [SEPTEMBER], fresh from teaming up for an Irish tour.

The two artists are making waves on the local music scene as well as further afield and both featured in this summer’s Glastonbury festival line-up.

Co Antrim alt-folk troubadour Ciaran Lavery has had an amazing year as a new artist, the Aghagallon native was cover star of Hot Press magazine in May, having beaten off intense competition to be named its ‘Big Break’ winner.

His passionate voice and expertly crafted songs of beauty and heartache have resonated with many as his track ‘Left for America’ has reached 43,000 hits on YouTube and he has racked up 14 million plays of his debut album and EP on Spotify, which is unprecedented for such a new artist.

“It’s sound of a songwriter who’s very very in touch with his own ability and comfortable in his own skin.” – Zane Lowe, BBC Radio 1

“strong, crafted, hugely engaging songwriting” – Jim Carroll, Irish Times

Waterford folk and blues troubadour Marc O’Reilly has two albums behind him, last year’s ‘Human Herdings’ and critically acclaimed debut ‘My Friend Marx’ from 2011.

He has also played numerous festivals and has established himself as one of the most exciting artists within the folk/blues genre gaining comparisons with artists such as John Martyn and Bon Iver.

The best Irish release in the last 5 years 12/12 ‘ – 2UIBestow

‘Spectacular talent’ – Jamie Cullum (BBC Radio 2)

Lavery and O’Reilly have just finished four Irish dates together as double headliners and now they are landing north of the border for a special gig at Glasgowbury’s Cornstore Loft.

Support is from a fledgling star from Glasgowbury’s hometown, songstress Celine Murphy, whose soulful singing is sure to enchant some of her first audiences.

At 26 years of age, the pianist has played with various other musicians, but this gig will see the premiere performance of her own work.

The Draperstown girl has just released her debut single ‘Kind to Me’. The song is a hauntingly sad song with a beautiful mix of piano and strings and Celine’s perfect vocals. Her sound has progressed through her classical training with influences of pop, irish and folk.

With the beautiful song only her first solo offering, she is sure to be a massive hit with anyone who loves a powerful female singer or a heart-wrenching sad song.

A line-up this promising is sure to sell out, so make sure to get your tickets now from the Glasgowbury website or at the Cornstore to ensure you don’t miss performances by these up and coming stars.

http://www.glasgowbury.com/buy-tickets/

http://www.midnightmango.co.uk/marc-oreilly/

http://www.midnightmango.co.uk/ciaran-lavery/

 

Draperstown songstress bares her soul in first solo gig

Songstress’ time to shine in first solo gig

BY LOUISE CONVERY

After years performing on the sidelines, Draperstown songstress Celine Murphy will take centre stage when launches her solo career in her first gig at Glasgowbury’s Cornstore next month [SEPTEMBER].

The 26-year-old trained classical pianist has always had a passion for music, she is constantly songwriting and has featured previously in Derry singer Paddy Nash’s band, as well as other folk bands.

But as she explained, it took a while before she decided to put her work out there as a solo artist.

“This is the first time I’ve decided to start sharing my own music,” she said.

“I had been writing but hadn’t been playing it for anyone except my own enjoyment. I had a passion for it for years and then I just decided to go for it.

“I have loads of material, it’s about promoting that and getting it out for people to hear it. I never joined social media until last month, I always had an aversion to social media, it was a kind of a running joke with my friends and family.

“I suppose it’s just a balance, not all singer-songwriters are all outgoing extroverts, it’s just about being comfortable and saying ‘this is me’.”

Last month she released ‘Kind to Me’, recorded by Lisburn producer, Michael Mormecha of Mojo Fury fame.

“I went to start recording with Mike but with the view to having other singers, I thought I really want to get my music out there and maybe what I could do is explore recording other artists, other singers, and that’s why I went down and met Mike.

“But it just didn’t feel right, I just kept coming back to the conclusion that I needed to do it myself. I wanted to do it myself and I just needed to take that wee leap of faith.”

The song is a hauntingly sad song with a beautiful mix of piano and strings and Celine’s perfect vocals. Her sound has progressed through her classical training with influences of pop, Irish and folk.

“I don’t know how important it is to put a name on it either, I suppose it just comes from a really natural progression over many many years, people say they don’t know where to put it and that’s a good thing,” Celine added.

“My music started from a really young age, I actually have a twin sister, called Angela and Angela and I, we both started learning music at the same age, only she learned the violin and I learned piano.

“I think throughout my teen years, that was probably where my sound developed, finding my own style and playing piano and Angela playing violin and I started to really love that string and piano sound with vocal harmonies.”

Celine said she is in the unique position of having a lot of material to choose from as she has spent so much time songwriting.

She said: “I can tell you there are songs that aren’t quite as sad as that, there are songs that are more up tempo, but they are really personal stories and all of them are based on my own life experiences. They are all really honest.”

The video for Kind to Me was put together at the Glasgowbury Cornstore hub, by filmmaker Tiarnan Larkin and dancer Caitríona Groogan, both from Draperstown.

“Paddy and Stella [Glasgow] got a video meeting together for us all, there was going to be some of the students from the Cornstore there learning and watching it being made, seeing how it was done to open it up as a learning opportunity for young people,” Celine explained.

“I went on to do the video with the dancer Caitríona, that was a total dream for me. I always had in my minds eye that it would have a female dancer but you don’t think that you’ll be able to get a dancer and make such a beautiful video with your first single.

“She was so beautiful and her dance was so incredible. I just got really lucky that three of us bonded so well together and Caitríona got the emotion of that song, she got it straight away.”

It was only fitting then that Celine’s first solo billing would be at a gig in Glasgowbury’s Cornstore Loft.

“It’s such an amazing venue and the work that goes on there, the people that I met there and what they were able to do, it is incredible,” she continued.

“We’re really lucky, I don’t know if I lived in a different town and it’s such a small place, I wouldn’t have the same opportunities necessarily.”

She is supporting breakthrough Irish singer-songwriters Ciaran Lavery and Marc O’Reilly in their double headliner gig on Saturday 19 September.

“The artists I’m on with look absolutely amazing, I can’t believe it,” Celine exclaimed.

“I love performing so when I’m playing my music or when I’m singing I’m at my absolute happiest so I don’t feel nerves in that way.

“There’s no point wanting to do something and then just saying ‘oh god’ and not allowing yourself to enjoy it.”

“It’s just a privilege to be playing in front of people who want to hear your music.”

It will be a test for the young woman, who hasn’t aired her songs publicly before.

“I’m really looking forward to it. It’s great, these songs that I’m playing, I’m playing them for the first time live, so I actually have no idea what people’s reaction will be to them,” Celine added.

“I’ve just been playing in my own kitchen for years and I’ve loved it but it’s not that different if you love what you do.”

Ciaran Lavery & Marc O’Reilly with support from Celine Murphy,  Saturday 19 September, in Glasgowbury’s Cornstore.

 

SATURDAY 19 SEPTEMBER

£10 TICKETS AVAILABLE NOW

DOORS 8PM BYOB NO GLASS

 

http://www.glasgowbury.com/buy-tickets/

https://www.facebook.com/CelineMurphyMusic

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fD4S-lG9V90

 

 

 

Latest News

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Job Opportunity with the ‘G’Team

Need a #job? #BigMusic have just announced LOADS of music #internships including one with us for a Rural Key project assistant. Check ’em out & apply: http://bit.ly/1yBbRVT

Check out more information about the Rural Key project through the Creative Hub Courses dropdown menu.

Email gteam@glasgowbury.com for job description and application form (open until Monday 31st August)

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Fundraising –
Glasgowbury is a registered charity and donations are welcome towards ongoing programmes in Community Arts and Creative Industries Development. We are currently developing a sustainability plan which will include fundraising appeals and initiatives. A key priority is to further diversify our sources of income, to enable us to invest in more projects and people. Further information on how you can support the ‘smallbutMASSIVE!’ vision to follow soon!

In the meantime…
If you are feeling generous we accept ongoing donations at the Cornstore or Just Text Donate :
Buzz44 £3 to 70070 (£3 is a suggested donation but happy to take more or less, just change the £ amount!)

Fundraise for us through sponsored activities eg marathons/sponsored events

Donations of unused instruments are also beneficial.

Corporate donations

We have been humbled by the generosity of people who have already donated instruments, enabling more young kids to participate in learning, and money towards ongoing programmes.

A small contribution will make a massive difference!

Infrastructure

G Team – opportunities available for volunteers to gain valuable experience with an award winning organisation – media marketing, project/events management, general programme assistance, fundraising. Linked with Millennium Volunteers. Suitable for students, graduates and others/adults with a bit of time to spare. (email gteam@glasgowbury.com)

Glasgowbury board – expressions of interest being accepted from the creative and business communities to join an innovative, social and creative charitable enterprise. (email info@glasgowbury.com)

With our ever expanding programme we are accepting expressions of interest for our tutor and casual workers database. (email gteam@glasgowbury.com)

 

March is Creativity Month

March is Creativity Month here in Northern Ireland.

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In honour of this, we’ll be posting pictures on Facebook everyday throughout the month of March to give you an insight into what’s happening on a daily basis at the Cornstore Creative Hub. We look forward to expanding our current creative development and community arts programmes, as well as making films and launching EPs!!.

We also look forward to welcoming Mr Christopher Gunning, renowned composer of music for television, concert hall and films. He has composed seven symphonies, numerous concertos and other concert works, as well as written music for shows like Poirot. He has won four BAFTA’s,  three Ivor Novello Awards and BASCA’s prestigious Gold Badge Award. Mr Gunning will be facilitating a workshop for our Rural Key participants.

Since our last update lots of exciting things have happened. We have received funding from DCAL towards the Rural Key Programme, an access progression route into the Creative Industries. We have also received funding from them for a much needed multi-use vehicle. Both the DCAL Minister Caral Ni Chuilin and the MEP Martina Anderson visited the Cornstore in February. Ms Anderson said that our “innovative approach means young people living in rural areas are able to access state-of-the-art services”, and that we are delivering “first class” community services.

On the 19th of February, Rural Key participant and Glasgowbury Youth Tutor Gemma Bradley travelled to the O2 in London to perform in the final of the Big Music Project competition. Huge congratulations to Gemma for this achievement and the praise she received from Virgin EMI and RCA Records. Gemma has also released her first single, “Wicker Men” on iTunes https://itun.es/gb/za0P5 .

Our very own Paddy Glasgow was interviewed by Irish TV. The interview will be aired on Sky Channel 191 on Friday the 6th of March at 7pm- worth a watch!

We had a ball when we took part in “The Hopper Challenge”, a gruelling race across a brutal stretch of floor where all the competitors are mounted on space-hoppers. Glory was won and hopes were shattered in this space age extravaganza. Video footage of the shenanigans is available at this link- Hopper Video

The history and heritage of Draperstown has entered the digital age thanks to an exciting FREE audio app produced by Bcreative Media and the Sperrin’s Gateway Landscape Partnership.

Further content for the app is being sourced and locals can add their stories, memories and images of times gone by via www.draperstown.wordpress.com or they can email info.draperstown@gmail.com or call in and chat to Dermot McBride based at the Cornstore. You can view the app at this address IZI.Travel

While the creative hub is Draperstown based we aspire to offer the services to all those with creative inklings from throughout the district. Having a limited marketing budget we are relying on the Power of the People to spread the word, share our facebook statuses and tell people about our work – Changing Lives, Strengthening Communities and Nurturing Talent. Thanks in advance!

Fundraising –
Glasgowbury is a registered charity and donations are welcome towards ongoing programmes in Community Arts and Creative Industries Development. We are currently developing a sustainability plan which will include fundraising appeals and initiatives. A key priority is to further diversify our sources of income, to enable us to invest in more projects and people. Further information on how you can support the ‘smallbutMASSIVE!’ vision to follow soon!

In the meantime…
If you are feeling generous we accept ongoing donations at the Cornstore or Just Text Donate :
Buzz44 £3 to 70070 (£3 is a suggested donation but happy to take more or less, just change the £ amount!)

Fundraise for us through sponsored activities eg marathons/sponsored events

Donations of unused instruments are also beneficial.

Corporate donations

We have been humbled by the generosity of people who have already donated instruments, enabling more young kids to participate in learning, and money towards ongoing programmes.

A small contribution will make a massive difference!

Infrastructure

G Team – opportunities available for volunteers to gain valuable experience with an award winning organisation – media marketing, project/events management, general programme assistance, fundraising. Linked with Millennium Volunteers. Suitable for students, graduates and others/adults with a bit of time to spare. (email gteam@glasgowbury.com)

Glasgowbury board – expressions of interest being accepted from the creative and business communities to join an innovative, social and creative charitable enterprise. (email info@glasgowbury.com)

With our ever expanding programme we are accepting expressions of interest for our tutor and casual workers database. (email gteam@glasgowbury.com)

G-Sessions and Other Live Shows

We have obtained our entertainments license for the Cornstore. Before we can open to the public though there are certain things that have to be done to the building so bear with us while all that is being put in place and we look forward to bringing you quality entertainment in ‘The Loft’!

1 year since our move to the Cornstore!

It’s been 1 year since our move to the Cornstore! Time flies! Here’s a wee update and invite to navigate yourself around the website to keep up date with all things ‘smallbutMASSIVE!’.

2013 marked Glasgowbury’s ‘Small But Massive’ transition into new territories after over a decade providing an unparalled platform for up and coming and established artists throughout the country. In November 2013 we relocated to a landmark heritage building in Draperstown, The Cornstore , where the continued development of homegrown talent and expansion of new educational, creative and community enterprises are thriving. This is something we have been working towards since 2004 so it is great to finally to have a permanent building where we have the opportunity to grow and deliver a broader and more consistent programme of events.

It has been a challenging year but we are making strong progress and are now able to announce a more varied programme of arts and creative and community development that will continue to foster local talent and encourage participation in the arts at a local level.

We are still transcending into this new phase of work and development of a new website and fundraising activities are ongoing. There is still a lot of work to be done both to the building and finding the resources to keep the programmes going. To facilitate this Glasgowbury will be embarking on a fundraising campaign and strengthening our infrastructure via board development and volunteer/work experience opportunities.

While the creative hub is Draperstown based we aspire to offer the services to all those with creative inklings from throughout the district. Having a limited marketing budget we are relying on the Power of the People to spread the word, share our facebook statuses and tell people about our work – Changing Lives, Strengthening Communities and Nurturing Talent. Thanks in advance!

Fundraising –
Glasgowbury is a registered charity and donations are welcome towards ongoing programmes in Community Arts and Creative Industries Development. We are currently developing a sustainability plan which will include fundraising appeals and initiatives. A key priority is to further diversify our sources of income, to enable us to invest in more projects and people. Further information on how you can support the ‘smallbutMASSIVE!’ vision to follow soon!

In the meantime…
If you are feeling generous we accept ongoing donations at the Cornstore or Just Text Donate :
Buzz 44 £3 to 70070 (£3 is a suggested donation but happy to take more or less, just change the £ amount!)

Fundraise for us through sponsored activities eg marathons/sponsored events

Donations of unused instruments are also beneficial.

Corporate donations

We have been humbled by the generosity of people who have already donated instruments, enabling more young kids to participate in learning, and money towards ongoing programmes.

A small contribution will make a massive difference!

 

Infrastructure

G Team – opportunities available for volunteers to gain valuable experience with an award winning organisation – media marketing, project/events management, general programme assistance, fundraising. Linked with Millennium Volunteers for UCAS points. Suitable for students, graduates and others/adults with a bit of time to spare. (email gteam@glasgowbury.com)

Glasgowbury board – expressions of interest being accepted from the creative and business communities to join an innovative, social and creative charitable enterprise. (email info@glasgowbury.com)

With our ever expanding programme we are accepting expressions of interest for our tutor and casual workers database. (email gteam@glasgowbury.com)

G-Sessions and Other Live Shows

We have obtained our entertainments license for the Cornstore. Before we can open to the public though there are certain things that have to be done to the building so bear with us while all that is being put in place and we look forward to bringing you quality entertainment in ‘The Loft’!

Paddy Wins ‘Promoter Of The Year’ Award

Small Man Wins Massive At UK Festival Awards

Christmas came early at Glasgowbury with festival founder Paddy Glasgow winning the ‘Promoter Of The Year’ Award at this year’s UK Festival Awards. The announcement was made at the UK Festival Awards ceremony at The Roundhouse, London on December 2nd   that was presented by Phil Jupitus [BBC Radio 2, Never Mind The Buzzcocks].

Reflecting on the award, Paddy Glasgow said: “It’s a great achievement for a pair of wellies to go over to London town and lift the award. On a serious note, it’s fantastic to be awarded such an accolade, particularly knowing that it has been chosen by your peers within the festival and events industry. I’m looking forward to our next venture that is Glasgowbury’s Cornstore Creative Hub in Draperstown in which we will continue to work with many creative individuals for many years to come. Look out for Small But MASSIVE, we may appear near you!”

The award, chosen by the UK Festival Awards panel and industry professionals saw Paddy in the last 8 from a list of 200 others. Other nominees included:

  • AEG Live
  • Count of Ten (Y Not, Truck, Brownstock, Tramlines)
  • Creamfields
  • Isle of Wight Festival team
  • Spring Music (Bearded Theory)
  • Rob Da Bank
  • Zoo Project Festival team

Check out tomorrow’s Daily Mirror [NI] for a feature on Paddy and the awards including interviews with the man himself and the UK Festival Awards director James Drury on why he won.

Paddy will also be on Stephen McCauley’s Electric Mainline show tonight [Thursday December 5th] at 7pm on BBC Radio Foyle discussing the award and what we are doing now post-festival.

We would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone involved with the awards and the other festivals and supporting industries that have helped Glasgowbury to date.

 

 

 

GLASGOWBURY’S ‘smallbutMASSIVE’ SUMMER SESSIONS

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From 15th – 18th July Glasgowbury is running workshops for kids aged 8 – 18yrs in all things musical to complement the ongoing ‘Rural Key’ professional tuition programme that develops musicians throughout the year in the Creative Hub in Draperstown.

The ‘smallbutMASSIVE’ summer sessions are for young musicians looking to develop their technique, their confidence as live performers or simply just to have fun. So if you’re a guitarist, singer, songwriter, bassist, drummer, DJ or aspiring producer this is the place for you! There will be specific music workshops tailored for the complete beginner.

In addition, to introduce you to other programmes available at Glasgowbury’s Creative Hub there will be workshops in dance, digital music making, comic making, film making and theatre. The ‘smallbutMASSIVE’ Samba Band is also recruiting new members and there will be an opportunity to attend a session to see if this energising and stimulating musical activity is for you!

A highlight of the summer programme will be a performance opportunity for participants at the Creative Hub’s first all ages G Session headlined by, local band and Rural Key alumni, The Wood Burning Savages fresh from their appearance on the Radio 1 Introducing Stage at the mighty Glastonbury Festival in Somerset.

Glasgowbury are fortunate to have a great network of friends and colleagues who are excellent musicians and tutors. They all have a great deal of experience and have spent many years studying and honing their art as performers, writers, technicians and masters of their chosen instrument. Tutors for this programme include local songstress Shauna Tohill of ‘Silhouette’, The Wood Burning Savages, Paddy and Liam from Paddy Nash and the Happy Enchiladas.

A number of workshops are free and others will have a nominal charge. Check online for full programme details.

Numbers are limited so early contact is advised to secure your place.

To register contact Glasgowbury:

02879628428

workshops@glasgowbury.com or call into the Creative Hub situated in the Cornstore, Back Road, Draperstown.

www.glasgowbury.com

The Summer Sessions have been supported by Workspace Ltd, DARD Rural Challenge programme, Arts Council NI through the Annual Support for Organisations programme and Samdec Security Enniskillen.

DATETIMEAGEACTIVITY
Tuesday 15th July
£3
10am – 12.30pm8– 11yrsAfrican/Samba drumming – learn rhythmic beats and techniques that will enhance your overall rhythm and the playing of any instrument

Singing/Vocal Coaching – learn techniques and exercises to improve your singing voice

Electric Guitar – guitar sounds and the use of effects

£31.30pm – 4pm8-11 yrsAfrican/Samba drumming – learn rhythmic beats and techniques that will enhance your overall rhythm and the playing of any instrument

Singing/Vocal Coaching – learn techniques and exercises to improve your singing voice

Electric Guitar or Acoustic Guitar – guitar sounds and the use of effects. Introduction to acoustic guitar playing for beginners

£26pm – 7.15pm8-11 yrsDance –choreography and improvisation using popular music videos
£27.30pm – 8.45pm12 – 18yrsDance  – choreography and improvisation using popular music videos
FOC6pm – 8.30pm14 yrs upTheatre Group Discussion & Info session for students studying performing arts or interested in theatre/drama
£36pm – 8.30pm12 – 18yrsFilm Making Short film making using smart phones/ipads/digital cameras
Wednesday 16th July £310am – 12.30am8-11yrsComic Making  – Create a character and tell their story in comic book format using handrawn, freestyle techniques.
£310am – 12.30am8-11 yrsDjing Intro to various types of DJ and DJ techniques and music selection

Digital Music Making – Using ipads and apps to make music

£31.30pm – 4pm8-11yrsComic Making  – Create a character and tell their story in comic book format using handrawn, freestyle techniques.
£31.30pm – 4pm8-11 yrsDjing Intro to various types of DJ and DJ techniques and music selection

Digital Music Making – Using ipads and apps to make music

£36pm – 8.30pm12 – 18yrsComic Making – Create a character and tell their story in comic book format using handrawn, freestyle techniques.
£36pm – 8.30pm12 – 18 yrsDJing Intro to various types of DJ and DJ techniques and music selection
Thursday 17th July £510am – 4pm12 – 18yrsArtist Development Get to know each other / jam session /Instrumental Techniques – electric & acoustic guitar, bass and drums / Songwriting / Vocal Coaching / Music Production (introduction to recording techniques)
FOC7pm – 9pm12yrs upSmall But Massive Samba Band – learn Brazilian and African rhythmic beats and techniques that will enhance your overall rhythm and the playing of any instrument
FOC7pm – 9pm12 – 18yrsBeginners Acoustic Guitar – Introduction to acoustic guitar playing for beginners
Friday 18th July £510am – 4pm12 – 18yrsBand Development Workshop – Participants will get the opportunity to form a band and rehearse pre selected songs or own original pieces and develop stage presence.
5pm – 7pmRehearsals/soundcheck– Performers will get the chance to rehearse and soundcheck for the evening gig. Music production participants will assist with the stage set up and soundcheck.
7pm – 9pmG Session – all ages gig featuring some participants and headlined by The Wood Burning Savages
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