Music Space Live Spring Edition Review
On Monday 27th March, Music Space Live returned to The Brady Arts Centre for the spring edition, welcoming a collection of talented young performers to the stage.
Music Space live is Community Music’s termly live music showcase, giving young students from our Music Space programme and partner projects the opportunity to put their hard work in rehearsal into practice, performing on stage in front of their peers, friends and family.
Performances on the night came from Music Space bands Mayday 74, NMA, This Dystopia and The Switches, as well as Rabz, Dash Powers, Amber Kerr, Sophie Kilburn, Gidde Bille and students from Wapping High School.
This term’s event was particularly special as it was the first to incorporate our very own professional sound system. Under the watchful eye of world-renowned live sound engineer John McCormack, Community Music have been training apprentice sound engineers; Lee Gaynor and Connal Kelleher. The sound system will be available for event hire in the near future, so watch this space for further developments soon.
Overall, the event was a huge success, with a large and enthusiastic crowd cheering on some fantastic performances from our budding stars!
We would like to congratulate everyone who took to the stage on the night, some of whom had never performed live to a crowd. It takes courage to battle through your nerves and get up on stage. Well done!
Sia from Wapping High School
Daisy from Wapping High School