Thanks for your continued support.
Thanks for your continued support.
We have an exciting couple of weeks lined up with 3 special days of free performances at London's Southbank Centre.
First up on Tuesday 30th January is UkeFest with primary school children from across the borough performing a selection of songs on the Clore Ballroom floor with top UK ukulele band Koasound. The free fun kicks off at 1pm.
On Wednesday 31st January we are hosting our 2nd Schools Orchestral day with orchestras from 3 Southwark secondary schools and young musicians from a range of our primaries. There'll be 300 players working with conductor Scott Stroman and you can enjoy the results from the Clore Ballroom floor in our free concert from 5pm.
Last but definitely not least, Monday 5th February sees the return of the much loved Southwark Music Service Percussion Festival. Primary and secondary school musicians from across Southwark will join to showcase their work with our tutors. It's on the Clore Ballroom floor and the free fun starts at 5pm. Phew!
Southwark Pioneers - London Borough of Culture
Southwark is bidding to be the London Borough of Culture - Cultural organisations across the borough are coming together to be part of this bid and part of the programme for a spectacular year of cultural activities promoting creative pioneers and cultural access.
Organisations and individuals such as Sir Mark Rylance, Jenny Éclair, France Morris, Copeland Park, Central School of Ballet, London Bubble, Dulwich Picture Gallery, Unicorn Theatre, and many more are all putting their name to the bid, developing ideas and asking others to pledge their support.
The bid will build unexpected allegiances to create radical ideas that connect people no matter who you are or what your experience is. Be part of this amazing opportunity to shine a spotlight on the talent and flair of our young residents.
Find out more at Southwark Pioneers
Southwark Music Service and LCCM are delighted to welcome back All About The Band. An exciting FREE opportunity for young musicians in Southwark to work with industry professionals in series of workshops focusing on performance technique and training. Whatever your style this is a chance not to be missed.
Bloco Lates is a session that takes place fortnightly at the Royal Festival Hall to encourage younger Kinetica Bloco participants to engage in various genres of music. With the aim to inspire upcoming musicians and dancers, each session is led by a slightly older generation of Kinetika participants.
Through these sessions we hope to expose participants to various genres of music and styles of dance. This ranges from Jazz (contemporary and traditional), Hip Hop, Electronics, Afrobeat(s) and many more. With each session following a specific theme, we hope to encourage participants to learn new style of music and dance whilst inspiring new styles and approaches created by young musicians.
Please note this event is Free and is open to all!
28th February - Masterclass https://www.facebook.com/events/1180442992073098/
14th March – https://www.facebook.com/events/201257037018662/
28th March - https://www.facebook.com/events/1724799031164805/
On Monday 30/01/17, primary and secondary schools from across the borough came together at the Southbank Centre to share and make music together under the expert guidance of SYO conductor Scott Stroman. It was a fantastic day of music and the young people of Southwark were inspirational.
The London College of Creative Media return with the All About The Band free programme for young musicians of all persuasions in Southwark. Work with industry professionals and realise your dream!
There's loads to be doing this half term, not least this excellent line up with My Arts Beat in London Junior
Denise Barber, Head of Southwark Music Service
Southwark Music Service
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