Are you a young person aged 11+? Do you enjoy making music and meeting new people?
Soundbox is an all-ability inclusive music collective that brings together disabled and non-disabled musicians aged 11+ from East London and beyond.
Get involved with making and creating music using a mixture of traditional instruments, music technology and singing.
WHO IS IT FOR?
Soundbox is for young people 11+ interested in:
• Experimenting with music technology and instruments
• Being creative with musicians from different backgrounds
• Meeting new people and working collaboratively
• Being part of a unique music ensemble
Here is what some young people who took part last year said about the project:
“Soundbox is about making sure everybody gets a go and all the players make the music.”
“It’s brilliant and inspiring. Truly amazing music making.”
WHAT EXPERIENCE DO YOU NEED?
The group is for creative musicians of all abilities with a range of previous experience.
WHEN & WHERE?
10.30am-1.00pm fortnightly on Saturdays, from Saturday 29 September 2018. Part of the THAMES Saturday Music Centre.
WHAT’S THE COST?
Soundbox is FREE!
HOW DO I SIGN UP?
To register or for more information, contact Nicole at Spitalfields Music by telephone: 020 7377 0287 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Places are limited and will be allocated on a first-come first served basis.
As an inclusive music group for disabled and non-disabled musicians, we aim for sessions to be accessible, welcoming and engaging for all.
Soundbox is a partnership project delivered by Drake Music, the London Symphony Orchestra, Spitalfields Music and THAMES (Tower Hamlets Arts and Music Education Service).