#ResonateOxford Music Masterclasses for Oxford teens!
OCM are pleased to announce the launch of a brand new project Resonate, which is a series of music making experiences designed by teenagers for teenagers.
Once/twice a month we will be hosting a mixture of workshops, master classes and concert trips for teenagers in Oxford where you can develop your musical skills and experiences, meet artists working in the music industry and make new friends. Refreshments will be provided.
The sessions are free to attend but you music book in advance to reserve your place on any of the experiences listed on the timetable. To reserve your place on a workshop please visit www.oxonlibraries.eventbrite.co.uk, click register and complete the short form. For more information click here
Genesis Sixteen is The Sixteen’s free young artists’ scheme, which aims to nurture the next generation of talented ensemble singers.
During the course of a year, a series of week-long and weekend courses are led by key figures from The Sixteen, including founder and conductor Harry Christophers and Associate Conductor Eamonn Dougan.
Participants receive group tuition, individual mentoring and masterclasses run by some of the industry’s top vocal experts. Thanks to a close partnership with the Genesis Foundation participants not only receive free tuition but also a bursary to cover all additional costs.
This is the UK’s first ever fully funded programme of its kind and alumni from the first six years have already had much success since graduating. Many are now performing, recording and touring with professional groups, including The Sixteen. A number of them have set up their own choirs and are showing true entrepreneurialism in developing their brand and reputation on the music circuit.
Applications for the 2019-20 choir are NOW OPEN. Find out how to apply here.