Young musicians aged 14-18 from Gloucestershire who are keen to make things happen to raise their profile, and develop and promote the scene, can get together at The Cavern, College Street, Gloucester this Wednesday 5 April, from 4.30-6pm.
The meet-ups have been happening since last Spring, and this one follows hot on the heels of the successful AMPLIFY event at the Cavern earlier this month, where two Gloucestershire-based producers/DJs showcased their work, gave demonstrations, and brought together other young musicians interested in learning more and collaborating.
Next up we’ll be discussing our monthly music nights at the Cavern – with opportunities for any young musician to perform – along with other things that young people would like to see happen in Gloucestershire to help their music making, learning and music careers.
The group/meet-ups – called Sound it Out – are being supported by The Music Works, a Gloucestershire-based charity; and Make Music Gloucestershire, the county’s music education hub, as part of a Youth Voice in Music initiative for the county.
Whether you’re a musician interested in making things happen, raising your profile, learning more about the industry; or someone who loves music and wants to help promote it, or lend your ideas and skills, everyone’s welcome.
Find out more on the Make Change page on The Music Works website. For queries – contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.