FREE

Community Music Production Workshop

In collaboration with Community Music Ltd, the Dyslexia Association of London is excited to announce our upcoming community event as part of our health and wellbeing series through art!

Jade Broadhurst

Facilitator

Sat, 10th December

11am – 3:30pm (with breaks)

Brady Arts Centre

192-196 Hanbury St, London E1 5HU

The Dyslexia Association of London is excited to announce our upcoming community event as part of our health and wellbeing series through art!

Music production

Are you interested in music production?

behindthescenes

Have you wondered about the behind-the-scenes of some of your favourite songs?

 exploring something new

Or are you simply interested in exploring something new?

It’s so important for people with dyslexia to have a creative outlet for health and wellbeing. For some of us, music can not only change our mood, it can also boost self-esteem and is thought to help develop sequencing, organisation, motor coordination, memory and concentration which are some areas those with dyslexia struggle with.

The Dyslexia Association of London and Community Music, one of the UK’s original youth and community music organisations, are collaborating to bring the dyslexia community the opportunity to explore the art of creating music.

The workshop will take place in Shoreditch, East London, under the guidance of an experienced tutor from the Community Music team and a facilitator of the DAL. It will last approximately 4 hours with a lunch break and intervals.

Participants will have the opportunity to use industry-standard facilities and equipment while they explore music production and bring positive change to the community.

The session is suitable for beginners of all levels as well as more experienced users.

Oh, and did we mention its FREE? Limited spots available.

About Community Music

One of the UK’s original youth and community music organisations, Community Music offers a diverse and exciting programme of courses, live events and professional training. With their experienced diverse team and industry standard facilities, Community Music is able to work locally and nationally, working directly within the local community running gras roots projects whilst delivering tailor-made training and support programmes that respond to national need. Community Music is commited to provide a safe, welcoming space where young people and adults can explore the music making opportunities available to them, build self-esteem and ambition, and develop a passion for music.

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