DJ AND MUSIC TECHNOLOGY  WORKSHOPS FOR ALL AGES AND ABILITIES  

 
 

WHAT WE DO

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Grooveschool offers a range of music workshops that allow access to the basics of music technology and DJ skills. Regardless of age, ability or background, our study packages present the opportunity to gain skills and confidence in handling the building blocks of modern music technology, giving participants the satisfaction of creating a tangible end product, be it a loop, file or entire performance.

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Our classes range from one-hour tasters to complete programmes. And we can tailor our provision to your specific requirements whatever they may be. Whether you’re a school, community centre, or a blue-chip commercial organisation, Groove School will deliver a unique and memorable experience that leads to measurable results.

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There are opportunities to play at live events as well as learning skills outside of the current national curriculum. Each person has the opportunity to help shape Grooveschool, negotiating content within the program and there is an encouraging emphasis on participants becoming tutors during sessions.


VALUES

We are a not for profit organisation that run projects focussed towards nurturing young people's engagement, creativity and invention. Once all cost's are covered the remainder is reinvested into the musicians of the future. 

Our overall aim is to make accessible something that may be of interest from which enjoyment and creativity can flow. Working towards something tangible, that ensues enthusiasm, inspiration, inclusion, worth and purpose .

1) We believe in the capacity of every child to be creative and to grow through their involvement with music.

2) We aim to create the safe and inspiring space for children to explore, appreciate, play and make music.

3) We value all talents and children equally, without judging, grading or creating any pressure to compete or to perform.


All of our practitioners are DBS checked professional artists.

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