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Soundlab Coventry

COVENTRY'S CENTRE FOR CREATIVE MUSIC MAKING

SoundLab is a new Centre for Creative Music Making with our first centre opening in Coventry in partnership with Positive Youth Foundation, Coventry Music and Coventry City Council. The vision is to create a space for young people to be creative in their music making, open to all, seeking diversity in: musical genre; pathway to music; instruments; vocal styles and culture. Removing the barriers to enable all who wish to engage the opportunity to do so.SoundLab-Cov is for 10-16 year olds who have a range of musical interests and styles including spoken word, dance, electronic, jazz, classical, and more.

It is open to young people who play an instrument, create digital beats/music and those who sing, rap or create spoken word.

At SoundLab-Cov you'll work with a team of professional musicians, with guest artists and performance opportunities across the year.

For more information contact us at http://soundlab@bcu.ac.uk or music@coventry.gov.uk

Music director  

George Kirkham

Day & Time

Saturday 10am - 12:30pm or 1:30 - 4pm  

Place 

Coventry College, City Campus

50 Swanswell Street
Coventry CV1 5DG
West Midlands

Fee 

Free 

Instruments  

All instruments welcome as are electronic/beat makers, singers and rappers

Repertoire

Creative music making of all genres/styles

Ability

- You must be aged 10-16 years old when you join
- You need to have some musical experience either as a singer, rapper, instrumentalist (all instruments welcome) or beats/digital music maker. 
- We wont be teaching you how to play an instrument or how to play existing music - this is for young people who want to make their own
- You need to be able to do the majority of the dates and pick either the morning or afternoon slot

How to join 

For more information contact soundlab@bcu.ac.uk or visit our website http://www.soundlab.org.uk. Or you can just come along to one of our rehearsals.

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