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Elijah Femi

Elijah Femi

Hi my name is Elijah Femi. I’m an artist and producer from East London, head of my label Pioneerskent and also a steering advisor for Sound Connections.

One of my aspirations is to make music opportunities more accessible to young people.

I have collaborated with many companies and youth hubs over the years.

Henry Baker

Henry Baker

Henry is a creative generalist working across the music industry. Joining Wired4Music in 2016, Henry has participated in a number of projects throughout the years including Generate, Springboard Live and the Sound Connections conference.

Kitty Got Claws

Kitty Got Claws

Kitty Got Claws is a singer, rapper, poet and producer from London. Her writing and performance intends to break the stigma surrounding mental health using stories and narrative. In 2019 she was nationally broadcast on Tom Robinson’s show, BBC 6Music and 40 local radio stations as a part of BBC Introducing Live’s #instaband. She was also awarded ‘Featured Artist’ for Camglen Radio (Scotland), and has she has performed at festivals like Boomtown and Audiosoup, coffee shops, pubs, live music venues and mental health and music conferences up and down the UK.

Rochelle From Mars

Rochelle Blair

DJ, producer and overall music enthusiast from South East London aiming to help lift and spread the voices of the underground UK scene.

Siobhan Clough

Siobhan Clough

Siobhan Clough is a Violinist from Torfaen, South Wales. At sixteen, she attended Chetham’s School of Music – where she studied violin with Owen Cox. On completion of her sixth form studies, she accepted a place to study at the Royal Academy of Music. She completed her BMUS Undergraduate Degree in 2018, under the tuition of Tomatada Soh.

Siobhan performs in lots of difference settings from classical orchestral concerts, educational workshops, quartet performances in London Tea Rooms to Festivals.

She has had many an exciting project over the last few years including performances at BBC Relaxed Proms with BSO Resound, performance with Stormzy at Wireless Festival and a Christmas Season at The Royal Opera House as part of their inclusive work called The Lost Thing.

Recent highlights include a recording session with Paul Weller and a Sky Arts documentary; ‘Beethoven and Me’ with the Paraorchestra.

Siobhan is a recipient of funding from Arts Council Wales.

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