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Girls to the Front Masterclass (Adelaide, SA)
April 15 - April 16$101.72
Using the stage in the St Pauls Training Room, we will explore using a stage and instruments in a very real live music setting. There will be a selection of guitars, drums, amps, keyboards and other instrumentation for exploration and discovery. The aim here is to have fun with instruments in a non-judgemental and comfortable setting and with the support of a local female musican to show you the ropes. Basic information on the equipment will be provided at the beginning of the session, then its up to you to make some noise!
Mentors: Annie Siegmann of MIO & Shivon Diana of Attonbitus
You will learn basic recording techniques in an intimate recording space located upstairs at St Pauls Creative Centre. You will get an introduction to the basics of using digital recording software as well as an introduciton to recording live instrumentation. This session will give you enough insight and experience to take home and start recording yourown music.
Mentor: Emily Bettinson, Girls In The Mix/Sound Engineer
A walk through songwriting with two local female song writers in one of St Pauls songwriting/recording studios. In a short 90 minute workshop, we will discuss and explore the elements that make a great song. There will be some time to work on some songwriting ideas and both a guitar and keyboard will be available to use to gain insight into songwriting practice.
Mentors: Skye Lockwood & Naomi Keyte, SA singer/song writers
Music Business Basics
Using one of the Music SA training rooms, you will receive an overview of the elements that come together to create an event, particularly how to go about putting on a gig or live performance. This workshop will equip you with the knowledge on how to get out there and start booking your shows!
Mentors: Jessi Tilbrook, Music SA Umbrella Festival Coordinator & Alana Jagt, APRA AMCOS Writer Services Representative
In this masterclass you will get an introduction to music business career options. We will discuss themusic industry as a sector and talk about roles within the industry and potential career pathways. Then we will share information on where to go to gain further education, including sourcing volunteering & work experience opportunities.
Mentor: Lisa Bishop, Music SA General Manager At the end of day two, parents and teachers are welcome to join us on a small social celebration at St Pauls Creative Centre from 3.00PM.
Once your registration and payment is complete via Eventbrite, we will email you an enrolment form to complete.
For questions or more information, please contact Jessi Tilbrook: firstname.lastname@example.org or (08) 7320 3301