Skip to navigation Skip to main content
Support our work with London's young music makers. Donate Now
VoiceJam

Saturday Voice Jam

The Premises Studios Announce the Saturday Voice Jams

The Premises Studios, a world famous recording and rehearsal studio in Hackney are delighted to announce that they are starting a new series of workshops for young people aged 13-19.  Starting on October 1st 2011 the Lottery funded workshops will give young people the chance to work with one of the UK’s most dynamic Choir Directors, Clive Brown.  Each week at the Saturday Voice Jams a choir will be formed from scratch and attendees will learn singing, performance techniques, harmonies, team work and many other musical skills.  They will also take part in recording sessions and will have a fantastic opportunity to perform in a gala concert at the Hackney Empire.

The studios are also offering the opportunity for participants to study for an Arts Award as part of the course, a valuable new national qualification.

There are outreach sessions in local schools throughout September where young people will be given a taster of what to expect as part of the Saturday Voice Jams.

Julia Craik, the course director says “The Saturday Voice Jams are an exciting new addition to youth services in the local area.  At a time when many youth centres are shutting and young people are left without access to much local provision we are delighted to be able to offer this new series of workshops.  As these are based in a professional recording and rehearsal studios, used by many of the artists the young people emulate such as Leona Lewis, Lily Allen and Tinie Tempah, we imagine these will be very popular courses.”

Our website with full details and dates of all the workshops is here: www.premisesstudios.com/voicejam

Donate

As a small charity we rely upon donations from generous individuals, trusts and companies to support our work with children and young people across London.

Send a Donation +

Upcoming Events

View All Events +

Tweets

Follow @Sconnections
Support our work with London's young music makers. Donate Now