If you’re a songwriter, composer, performer or producer aged 13-18 and want the chance to collaborate, create new music and perform across Manchester – join us for Sing City!
Sing City is a free music-making group for young musicians (of any genre) aged 13-18 – held every Wednesday, 6-8pm during term-time at Band on the Wall in Manchester. No booking required, just drop in.
Autumn 2018 dates:
19 Sept, 26 Sept, 3 Oct, 10 Oct
Two week break over half-term – 17 Oct, 24 Oct
31 Oct, 7 Nov, 14 Nov, 21 Nov, 28 Nov
Led by a team of professional musicians, you’ll develop skills in:
- artistic collaboration
- studio recording
- event promotion
- live performance
Based on your ideas and interests, there’s also the chance to work with guest artists for one-off workshops, masterclasses and residencies.
Previous guest artists include Bugzy Malone, Blossoms, Field Music, Jupp, Video Jam, Meklit, Kabantu and Beats & Pieces Big Band.
The group also host a regular live night, giving you the chance to showcase your work and perform at a professional music venue.
For more information simply come along to a session, or contact Lucy at firstname.lastname@example.org or 0161 830 3899.
You can download the Sing City flyer here.
Two of our young people will be planning and producing the next live night as part of their Gold Arts Award. Keep your eyes peeled for the date and venue – coming soon…
About the Sing City team
Phill Howley is a professional drummer, composer, producer and educator. Over the years he’s worked and recorded with a variety of bands and musicians, including Liz Green, Richard Barry, The Bedlam 6, Paddy Steer and most recently Manchester based ethio-trad, folk-hop band Honeyfeet.
Natalie McCool is a singer/songwriter and guitarist who first came to public attention for winning a national songwriting competition judged by Coldplay’s Chris Martin. Since then she has written with Paul McCartney, performed with Boy George and collaborated with Beth Orton.
Supported by Youth Music as part of the Alliance for a Musically Inclusive England. The project is made possible by funding from the National Lottery via Arts Council England.