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Project Band

Project Band

2Funky Arts presents…

Project Band 
Calling all singers, spoken word artists, rappers and musicians aged 16-25. 
Take part in a FREE 3 month workshop programme where you can:
• Develop and record new material.
• Collaborate, jam and skill-share with other young musicians & vocalists.
• Perform in a showcase at 2Funky Music Cafe.
• Work on a Bronze Arts Award.
• Take part in Masterclasses with BIG artists.

Workshops will be run by professional songstress Mellow Baku and accomplished musician Andrew Price.

This 3 month workshop & performance programme, will take place every Tuesday evening, from 6-9pm, at 2Funky Music Café (New Park St, off Braunstone Gate, Leicester).

Sessions will be run between July and September 2016, starting on July 5th. 

Workshops will be followed by individual and group mentoring to move you onto new musical opportunities.

Soul, R&B, Hip Hop, Reggae, Jazz, Afrobeats, Funk, Pop and other influences welcome!

Places are limited. First come first served. To sign up, email Vijay Mistry on info@2funkyarts.co.uk. 
www.2funkyarts.co.uk 

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