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Young Artist Intervew – TJTJ talks about his experiences finding motivation and a place to make his music
Cirencester Deer Park Stronger
Harley's Story - 'Songwriting and recording are the best therapy'Harley took part in our Music Minds teenager mental health programme and continues to be involved in making music with us through open access sessions and studio work.
Read Harley's story here: http://www.themusicworks.org.uk/songwriting-and-recording-are-the-best-therapy-says-harley/
Barnwood Park - We'll be the WorldThe culmination of one of our 10-week Voice Collectives programmes for schools where young people create, rehearse and record their own song as a class or group. Find out more here: http://www.themusicworks.org.uk/school/voice-collectives/
The Drop - Bands and Vocalists | The Music WorksIf you're a musician trying to find your band join our programme called The Drop - Bands and Vocalists. Our weekly workshop allows young musicians aged 10-18 to connect with others, while developing various skills in songwriting and performing. Music producers are also welcome to join!
We have 3 studios that host The Drop - Bands and Vocalists in Cheltenham, Stroud and Cinderford.
Cheltenham: Studio 340, High Street, Cheltenham, GL50 3JF.
Stroud: The Studio, St Roses Old Convent, Beeches Green, Stroud, GL5 4AD.
Cinderford: Soundspace, The Forest High School, Cinderford, GL14 2AZ.
For more information contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Music Works - whatever music you're into, we can help you make itCheck out our new community booklet and download your copy http://www.themusicworks.org.uk/make-music/the-music-works-community-booklet/
Kings Jam Festival 2018King’s Jam is a celebration of hip hop and urban culture. It highlights Gloucester’s talent in music, dance and art as well as bringing together internationally and nationally renowned. The event will also encourage local and national audiences alike to support emerging local talent.
Kings Jam is a community-run, community-owned event, which happens with the help and support of: The Music Works for programming and funding in collaboration with Multi-Styles Battle, Marketing Gloucester for logistics and facilities, and funding from Arts Council England, Heritage Lottery Fund and Paul Hamlyn Foundation as part of the Gloucester Roundhouse Exchange and Great Place.
Griz O, Grove, JPDL & Diessa at Gloucester Rooftop FestivalArtists from The Music Works’ UPSURGE programme collaborate with The Multi-Story Orchestra musicians Fra Rustumji and Abel Selaocoe to create a series of new pieces, fusing genres such as Hip Hop, R’n’B, Pop, Rap and Spoken Word, with Western Classical music.
The JOURNEY - SEN Concert 2018 featuring Gloucestershire SEN schoolsFeaturing pupils and teachers from:
Alderman Knight School * Belmont School * Bettridge School * Heart of the
Forest Community Special School * The Milestone School * Paternoster
School * The Shrubberies School * St Rose’s School
And also music leaders from The Music Works:
Music Leader: Ceilidh-Jo Rowe * Musical Director: Lasalo Elia Project
Manager: Lee Holder
What you see is the result of six months’ of hard work by the pupils and teachers on stage, and many others who have worked behind the scenes and taken part in workshops at their schools.
3.09 James begins to tell our story & Building a Boat
6.08 Back on land and: Working on the Railway
9.50 It’s hard work! But it will be fun: the solos begin - Zum Gali Gali
14.53 The rain poured … the sun shone through: Bring me Sunshine
18.20 A rainbow appears: The Rainbow Song
20.25 Treasure? Down, Down, Down
23.42 We’ve found Treasure! Handbells solo: The Treasure Song
25.43 Enough treasure for us all! Voices then KAZOOS! Zip A Dee Doo Dah
29.35 Bad news! It’s our last son. You Can Get It If You Really Want plus solo
33.05 Tricked you all! Our last song is … Count on Me by Bruno Mars
38 Thank you for coming
MUSIC MINDS: Music, mental health, and me - BethYoung person? Watch more videos and find out more here: http://www.themusicworks.org.uk/young-person/mental-health
Musicians on our Upsurge artist development programme talk about their experiences of mental health problems.
We hope this helps to destigmatise mental health and help young people feel that they are not alone.
This is part of the legacy from the first phase of our Music Minds mental health programme for teenagers.
Teacher, work with young people? For more information about Music Minds see:
For more information about Upsurge see: