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Warwickshire Music Hub and our partners aim to provide opportunities for those with leanings towards playing in a rock and pop band or exploring their inner creative voice through song writing.

ROCKFEST - 14th May 2016

Warwick Arts Centre - 7.00pm

Competition for aspiring young bands from across Warwickshire to play on a big stage in partnership with Yamaha Music Europe (UK). Amazing prizes including the opportunity to perform at this year's OMG event at the NEC on 15 July 2016 and "Rock the House" at the Houses of Parliament on 31 May 2016.
Incredible judging panel and voting by the audience "one ticket - one vote"

Tickets available from Warwick Arts Centre box office.

Rock and Pop

Contemporary, commercial music probably plays more of a part in the lives of the under 18 than any other music or art form. After all, it’s what brings people together and gives us an identity. We are defined by the music we listen to, the clothes we wear and our attitude to the world around us is influenced by the songs we choose to hear daily.

For songwriters, composers and performers we have two project studios set up and designed to teach you how to use the latest 'in the box' music technology for you to unleash your creative powers. We will guide you through the process from song writing, to recording, producing, mixing, mastering and marketing.

Just remember to give us a shout when you become famous.

Want to be in a band?

Across Warwickshire there are a series of Warwickshire Music Gig Zones where existing bands and those that want to be in a band can come together to get specialist advice and training.

In Rugby there is even an Electric Guitar Orchestra and a dedicated Drum School.

Warwickshire Live Bands / OMG

Would you like to be a music producer or sound engineer?

We now have some state of the art recording and live sound equipment based at our Coten End Studio in Warwick. We run weekly courses on how to use this equipment, so you can record effectively in a live environment and work the sound desk at a range of gigs and concerts.

You do not need to play a musical instrument just have a good set of ears, have a lot of patience and be able to unravel 3 miles of cable in under a minute (the last one is not essential).

To find out more about any of the above contact music@warwickshire.gov.uk


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