Messy + Noisy: An Exciting New Paint Drumming Experience
Feb
23
10:00 am10:00

Messy + Noisy: An Exciting New Paint Drumming Experience

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Messy + Noisy is an exciting new paint drumming experience from Southampton Music Hub: bringing families and communities together to make a whole lot of mess and noise — sorry — art and music!

Open to families of all shapes and sizes, from the young to the young at heart, at each workshop the Southampton Music Hub team will help everyone learn new drumming skills — turning hits in to huge pieces of art.

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Free Percussion Taster Session
Feb
9
1:00 pm13:00

Free Percussion Taster Session

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A free workshop for new, and aspiring, percussion players — tuned and untuned — interested in making music with others.

This workshop is aimed at children in year two and above who are interested in exploring the range of percussion that is available, whether they already have music lessons or are a complete beginner. A pair of drumsticks will be useful but not essential.

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Bassoon "Have a Go" Workshop
Feb
2
1:30 pm13:30

Bassoon "Have a Go" Workshop

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Southampton Music Services, lead partner for Southampton Music Hub, is offering future young musicians the opportunity to get hands on with the Bassoon in a free taster session on Saturday 2 February, from 1.30-3pm, at Woodlands Community College.

The free workshop is part of the Beyond Ambition programme: with workshops and masterclasses designed to get children and young people playing ‘endangered’ instruments.

This hands on Bassoon workshop is ideal for young musicians at the start of their musical journey — those currently learning an instrument with their whole class in First Access projects In2Music or SoundBites — and is also open to any future young musicians who might be interested in getting started on this exciting, and lesser known, member of the woodwind family of instruments. No experience is required.

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"It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas" with Southampton Youth Concert Sinfonia (SYCS)
Dec
8
7:00 pm19:00

"It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas" with Southampton Youth Concert Sinfonia (SYCS)

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Southampton Youth Concert Sinfonia present “It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas” — a festive family concert featuring music from “The Grinch”, “The Chronicles of Narnia” and a narrated version of “The Night Before Christmas”.

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Countdown to Christmas with Southampton Youth Brass Players
Nov
15
6:30 pm18:30

Countdown to Christmas with Southampton Youth Brass Players

A group of performers from Southampton youth Brass Band will be performing as part of the Countdown to Christmas Event in Southampton City Centre: an event that includes the turning on of the Christmas Lights, and performances from NST, Mayflower Theatre and more.

The Brass group will be performing at the Bargate from 6.30-7.15pm.

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Indian Classical Music Club at Cantell
Oct
5
7:00 pm19:00

Indian Classical Music Club at Cantell

Art Asia and Southampton Music Hub present

An Evening of Indian Classical Music

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As part of the Indian Classical Music Club with professional international musicians, including: 

  • Talks and presentations on Indian Classical Music

  • Short performances with improvisations using Raga and Talas structures

Featuring Chandra Chakraborty (Vocal), Tofail Ahmed and Sanju Sahai (Tabla)

  • Chandra Chakraborty is an Indian vocalist with a melodious voice. She performs regularly in USA, UK, India, Pakistan and Bangladesh. She is the artistic director of one of the top three organisations in UK: Saudha, Society Of Poetry and Indian Music.
  • Tofail Ahmed is a highly accomplished musician with several years of training and experience. He is a teacher, workshop leader and a remarkable performer of different forms of Indian Classical Music.
  • A phenomenal and outstanding Tabla player, Sanju Sahai is well known for mesmerising and captivating his audience with his power, virtuosity and complete spontaneity.

Tickets cost £7 for adults, £5 for under 16s, and £15 for a family ticket (including 2 two adults, and two under 16s)

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Family Music Workshops at Music in the City
Sep
29
2:00 pm14:00

Family Music Workshops at Music in the City

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On Saturday 29 September, from 2–4pm, Southampton Music Hub will be hosting two hours of free family music-making workshops in Guildhall Square as part of the Music in the City festival. The free workshops will be open to all ages and abilities — there is no need to bring an instrument, simply come along and join in with one of the free, fun activities taking place across the afternoon. 

Music in the City is celebrating its 10th anniversary, with hundreds of performances across over 20 different venues. The full programme for the festival is below:

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Indian Classical Music Club at St Annes
Sep
14
7:00 pm19:00

Indian Classical Music Club at St Annes

Art Asia and Southampton Music Hub present

An Evening of Indian Classical and Fusion Music

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As part of the Indian Classical Music Club with professional international musicians, including: 

  • Talks and presentations on Indian Classical Music and Fusion Music

  • Short performances with improvisations using Raga and Talas structures

Featuring Sanju Sahai (Tabla), Giuliano Modarelli (Guitar) and Pooja Angra (Vocal)

  • A phenomenal and outstanding Tabla player, Sanju Sahai is well known for mesmerising and captivating his audience with his power, virtuosity and complete spontaneity.
  • Giuliano Modarelli (Italy) is one of the most interesting musicians who plays Indian ragas on classical guitar applying the techniques of the Indian instrument, the sarod. He has collaborated with maestros of Indian classical music and created fusion music.
  • Pooja Angra is an Indian vocalist with a melodious and mellifluous voice. She has PhD in Indian Classical music.

Tickets cost £7 for adults, £5 for under 16s, and £15 for a family ticket (including 2 two adults, and two under 16s)

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