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East End kids get chance to be the future sound of London

PUBLISHED: 16:00 14 September 2009 | UPDATED: 14:52 05 October 2010

BUDDING Mark Ronsons who want to make their mark on the music business can kick start their journey by joining a free production course. Aimed at Tower Hamlets kids aged between 14 and 19, the music production course starts this month and will teach parti

BUDDING Mark Ronsons who want to make their mark on the music business can kick start their journey by joining a free production course.

Aimed at Tower Hamlets kids aged between 14 and 19, the music production course starts this month and will teach participants how to produce their own tracks and record live bands.

The course is part of Music Space which provides music related opportunities for the borough's young people.

Along with providing opportunities in music production, the scheme also provides space for bands to rehearse for free.

Tower Hamlets council's culture chief Cllr Rofique Ahmed said: "This is a unique chance for young people in Tower Hamlets to find out more about the world of music.

"By learning about music production and engineering they'll gain an understanding of the work and skill that goes behind creating number one hits."

The course runs at the Brady Arts Centre in Whitechapel's Hanbury Street.

More information is available from musicspace@cmsounds.com or 020 7377 0621.


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