Rob da Bank Music Club Launches in Eastleigh.
An exciting partnership between SoCo Music Project and Rob da Bank paves the way for the launch of a new open access and inclusive monthly Music Club at The Courthouse in Eastleigh. The launch of Rob da Bank’s Music Club will take place on Thursday 23rd April from 5pm – 7pm. Based on the successful model that started on the Isle of Wight, which continues to go from strength to strength, working in partnership with SoCo Music Project the Music Club will provide a wonderful opportunity for young people to gain access to inspirational artists through diverse music making activities.
Supported by Youth Music and Bestival Foundation, the Music Club will be free and will offer a variety of music-making activities for young people to get involved in, led by professional musicians and guest artists. Young people will have the opportunity to take part in a variety of workshops including singing, AfroBeat jam with the Sea Slugs, music production/music tech, MCing with LST, spoken word/rap, songwriting, video production with Broken Physics, early access to guitar playing amongst other activities…there is something for everyone, no matter what your interest or ability!
Rob da Bank will be making a guest appearance to launch the Music Club “ I am truly excited to be launching my Music Club in Eastleigh…it is one of my biggest passions – it doesn’t matter if you‘ve never played an instrument or sung a bar…just come down and have fun”
Matt Salvage, Director of SoCo Music Project says ”I am delighted that we are able to expand on our weekly music clubs at The Courthouse, providing opportunities for young people to make music with professional artists to whom they aspire in a supportive and safe environment”. No Limits will have presence at the Music Club, providing Information, Advice and Guidance (IAG) to children and young people who attend.
For more information about the Music Club visit The Courthouse online at www.sococourthouse.org.uk