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Evolve

We’re on the lookout for young musicians as we launch the next Evolve programme this October. This two-tier project offers a free music programme for 10 – 18 year olds during October half term at our city centre workshops, aiming to increase young peoples’ knowledge of music technology, creating music within groups, and completing an EP, all whilst working towards an Arts Award qualification.

Young people will be given the opportunity to gain access to industry standard equipment, including recording booths, professional music production software and musical equipment such as Electronic Drum Kit, Cajon, Electric and Acoustic Guitars, with sessions lead by Music Industry Professionals with over 40 years' music production experience. 
The project also trains 5 new music assistant tutors, developing their skills as tutors and their own practice as artists, each gaining an education and training award (level 3) alongside support from our experienced team of lead music tutors. 

If you’re aged 10-18 and interested in taking part in a FREE week of music activity during October half term please call the office (0116) 261 6860 or email us at evolve@pedestrian.info

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