Our new music-making opportunity for disabled adults, fully accessible to all, begins at Colston Hall on Thursday 5th September.
We’re welcoming participants from Frenchay Brain Injury Rehabilitation Unit, Leonard Cheshire and Brandon Trust, but there are still places left, so if you or someone you know is interested in trying out the latest accessible music technology alongside traditional instruments, then get in touch with Anna MacGregor on 0117 3533614 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Here are the details:
Adults Creative Music Sessions at Colston Hall
Dates: Thursdays 5th Sept to 17th Oct & 31st Oct to 12th Dec
Times: 11am to 1pm
Cost: £10 for 7 weeks (try the 1st week free)
Venue: Colston Hall, Colston Street, Bristol BS1 5AR
Come and make music with others using the most up-to-date, accessible music technology – MacBooks, iPads and music production software – with traditional intstruments. Led by professional musicians from Drake Music, participants will develop composition and performance skills, working in small groups and one to one. There will also be an opportunity to perform at a lunchtime concert in the Colston Hall foyer. Financial assistance with transport may be available.
Drake Music are pioneers in the use of assistive music technology, especially for people who face physically disabling barriers.
To book: contact email@example.com or 0117 3533614 for more information or to book. Booking essential.
Funded by Joyce Fletcher Charitable Trust, Merchant Venturers and Quartet Community Foundation.