SoundBox – A new inclusive music project for 14 —18 year olds

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We are currently looking for participants for a new music project in Tower Hamlets!

SoundBox is a FREE inclusive 3-day music project for 14—18 year olds to create original music using instruments and music technology, working towards a showcase performance to friends and family at the end of the three days.

Date: Tuesday 5 – Thursday 7 April
Time: 10am – 4pm
Venue: Brady Arts & Community Centre, 192-196 Hanbury St, London E1 5HU

What will you get from taking part?

    • Song-writing, composition and performance skills
    • Experience using technology to make music
    • An opportunity to collaborate with a team of professional musicians
    • The chance to meet new people
    • Advice and support in ways to further develop your musical interests
    • Potential to use activities as part of your Arts Award

Everyone is welcome! You don’t need any musical experience to take part.

SoundBox is fully inclusive for participants of all abilities. If you require any additional support so that you can take part, parents are very welcome to attend.

Over the three days you will work with a team of professional musicians including guitarist Jack Ross, double bassist Sam Vicary and music technologists Anneke Kampman and Tom Newnham.

Lunch will be provided.

Places for SoundBox are limited.
To book your place email Kathryn Allnutt at or download registration form here and return to Kathryn.

This is a partnership project between Drake Music and Spitalfields Music.

In April last year an inclusive group of young people worked together on a similar project – SHINE, a collaborative creative music making project involving three leading cultural organisations based in Tower Hamlets: Toynbee Hall, Drake Music and Spitalfields Music. Watch a short film about SHINE here or below:

Supported by Tower Hamlets Council

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