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Frequencies Bristol offers advice and mentorship to young artists

By caitlin clark, Wednesday Aug 7, 2019

A national networking event run by Music for Youth, Frequencies, returns to Bristol in September.

Music for Youth is a national arts charity working to provide young people across the UK with performance and career progression opportunities, regardless of their background or musical style.

Frequencies, the one-day event will give young music makers the chance to gain insider knowledge of the industry, try out new sounds, perform live on stage and get 1:1 feedback from industry professionals.

The day will offer workshops and discussions giving insight and advice from industry professionals on how to further your career in music.

Frequencies will give young people under the age of 21 the chance to network with like-minded artists and music experts, and enjoy an evening showcase of emerging young artists in the city.

The event runs on September 28 at The Station, Bristol, and is open to artists and musicians aged 21 and under.

For more information, grab free tickets and apply for the evening showcase, visit the Music for Youth website: https://www.mfy.org.uk/events/frequencies/

 

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