Online Summer Workshops

Experience the magic of music this summer with free online music workshops for children and young people.

We are on a mission to bring the magic of music into every home across Brighton & Hove and East Sussex during the summer holiday because we know that now, more than ever, music can help young people to unlock imagination and lift their spirits.

We have created a series of fun music workshops for children and young people who would like to try Drumming, Garageband, Ukulele or Guitar. 

 

With our expert tutors your child will learn to harness the magical power of music to boost their confidence and creative skills for life.

Start your magical musical journey today by registering for our free online music workshops, available for one month from 6 August to 6 September 2020.

Find out more information and how to apply below:

Join Faye for an informal introduction to the Ukulele and learn your first few chords. No prior experience needed, all you will need to bring is your own Ukulele! 

Summer Ukulele Workshop

Join Chris and learn how to play 'Uptown Funk' in Garageband! All you will need is an Apple device with Garageband downloaded and some experience of using the app. 

Summer Garageband Workshop

Join Adam for an informal introduction to Guitar by learning AC/DC's 'Back in Black'. No previous musical experience is required, all you need is to your own Guitar!

Summer Guitar Workshop

Join Mike for an informal introduction to Drums including fun rhythm games and exercises to start your drumming journey, and no drum kit is needed! No previous musical experience is required. Drum sticks are helpful but not essential.

Summer Drumming Workshop: No Drum Kit, No Problem!

During this unusual time, we are pleased to offer young musicians online instrumental and vocal lessons and Virtual Music Centre activities. For more information click below.

 Online Lessons | Virtual Music Centre

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