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Online music workshops for 13-19’s with Brighter Sound

Aimed at young musicians interested in developing their skills, exploring new ways to make music, and/or looking at music as part of their future career. Sessions will be led by a range of inspiring guest artists including MC Strategy, producer Breezewax, RnB singer-songwriter Mali Hayes and electro-pop artist Natalie McCool.

Between 16 Nov-9 Dec, Brighter Sound will be running two free weekly workshops focusing on the different elements of being a musician. On Monday nights we’ll focus on the practical things you need to know and on Wednesday nights we’ll explore exciting new approaches to making music. Depending on your interests, you’re welcome to come to just one workshop, a selection of them, or the whole series.

Until we’re able to meet safely in person, we hope these workshops help you to stay connected to your love of music, your ambitions for the future, and each other.

Participants will need access to a laptop, tablet or phone and internet access, and will need to register in advance of each workshop – please click the links below to find out more.

Monday nights starting 16 Nov, 6-8pm
Things I Wish I’d Known with Strategy and Chesqua
You’ve got your music, but what other stuff do you need to know to have a successful music career? Join MC and producer Strategy and singer-songwriter Chesqua to learn about different aspects of the industry – from making money, to getting organised, to branding and artistic identity.
Click here to find out more about each workshop

Wednesday nights starting 18 Nov, 6-8pm
Make Music with Mali Hayes, Jamaal Monarch, Natalie McCool and Breezewax
Four creative music workshops, each featuring a different guest artist who will share their experiences, insights and approaches to making music. Have fun trying out something different, work together to create new material and leave feeling inspired to test out new ideas in your own music making. With Phill Howley and Ellen Lewis.
Click here to find out more about each workshop