If you’ve just started making music, or have been performing in a band for a while, we can help you progress to the next level. Music Space offers free year-round rehearsal space, live events and development support for young people aged 12 -19.
•Access FREE rehearsal space
•Record and mix your own music
•FREE instrument lessons
•Learn how to promote your music
•Learn from industry mentors
How long is the course?
The Music Space programme runs throughout the year.
How many days per week?
Sessions happen every Tuesday & Thursday evening from 5pm until 9pm. Rehearsal time is also available on other evenings during the week .
Where is the course held?
Music Space is held at the Brady Arts Centre, 192-6 Hanbury Street, London E1 5HU. The nearest tube station is Whitechapel and we are about 10 minutes from London Liverpool street.
Who can apply?
Any local young people involved in a band or those who want to learn all about creative music production. You should be aged between 12 and 19 and have a passion for music.
How much does the course cost?
Music Space is free, there is no cost at all.
Will I get the chance to perform?
Community Music offers lots of opportunities for you to perform, as an individual artist or with your band. For example, Music Space Live offers local young musicians the chance to perform at Rich Mix at the end of each term. If you would like to perform at the next gig, or for more information please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org .
What can I do once I have completed the course?
After you have completed Music Space you can continue to use the rehearsal facilities if available and keep working on your music. There are other courses available if you want to learn more, and as always you can continue to perform live at lots of showcases and live events.
How do I apply?
ClickApply Now or call the Community Music office for more details on 020 7377 0621.
Music Space is project run by Community Music in partnership with THAMES, Arts Council England, London Borough of Tower Hamlets and A Team Arts.
There are several routes of progression available to participants of Music Space.
Music Space Academy – every Saturday during term time we run the Music Space Academy for 13-19 year-olds. This is a great way for Music Space students to access free instrument tuition to compliment the rehearsal time and professional mentoring they receive. Young people can choose to study drums, guitar or bass.
Gig opportunities – The first step for any budding band or solo artist is to put their hours of hard work in the rehearsal room to practice and play some gigs! Music Space Live is a specially curated live music event that is designed to give Music Space participants the opportunity to perform live in a safe space in front of their friends, family and peers.
Music Production – Whether it’s learning to record instruments and vocals for their band, program and produce original backing tracks, or find out how to integrate audio into a music video, there are ways that Music Space students can access music production training at Community Music. The Music Producer Academy is a free course available to 13-19 year-olds. For those who want to progress to a professional level, they can apply for the Creative Music Production & Business foundation degree from the age of 18 onwards.
Connal is a Community Music graduate and has been a part of the teaching team for many years now. He is an experienced musician and producer, and has a wealth of experience to share with students. He also...
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Connal is a Community Music graduate and has been a part of the teaching team for many years now. He is an experienced musician and producer, and has a wealth of experience to share with students. He also manages our Music Space live events.