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Songwriters, composers, performers and producers aged 13-19 – join us at Sing City to collaborate, create new music and perform across Manchester!

Sing City is a free music-making group open to young musicians (of any genre!) aged 13-19 who want to develop skills in:

  • original song creation
  • production
  • collaborative music making
  • playing with a band
  • studio recording
  • event promotion
  • live performance

You’ll also learn more about the music industry with support from our team of professional musicians, and be offered the chance to perform at a live night each term. You can help plan these live nights too if you like!

For an insight into what’s involved, have a read of our interview with Sing City member Maddie.

Autumn 2021 dates

The first session will be a short ‘meet the facilitators’ event over Zoom on Wednesday 6 October from 6.15-7pm for those who wish to join. We’ll email you a Zoom link for this when you fill in the sign-up form below.

The remaining sessions will be in person from 6.30-8pm on the following dates:

13, 20, 27 October
3, 10, 17, 24 November
1, 8, 15 December

The final session on 15 December will be a live performance with audiences invited to watch. Venue to be confirmed.

Where

Sessions will take place on the first floor of the Green Fish Resource Centre building on Oldham Street – our current home.

Green Fish Resource Centre
46-50 Oldham Street
M4 1LE

The venue is centrally located close to Piccadilly Gardens or Market Street tram stops and Piccadilly train station, and is accessible with a lift. There is parking on the street and in a few car parks nearby (Port Street, Tib Street, Newton Street).

How to join

Simply fill out a short sign-up form and we’ll be in touch with more information.

Meet the Sing City team

Phill Howley, lead facilitator, drummer and producer. Plays with Honeyfeet.

Chesqua, support facilitator, vocalist. Plays with her own band.

Ailís Mackay, trainee facilitator, vocalist, drummer with PINS and a studio engineer.

Chris Guenault, trainee facilitator, trombonist and pianist.

Lucy Wallace (Brighter Sound). Project manager, cellist and pianist.

Andrea Ahimie-Carthy (Brighter Sound) Project assistant and DJ.


Supported by Youth Music as part of the Alliance for a Musically Inclusive England, and made possible by funding from the National Lottery via Arts Council England.