Live podcast as young musicians gather for set
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Katherine Oliverio of Yes! Brixham writes about Brixham Stronger Together, a collaboration of more than 14 organisations working with and for the community
This month young people from Music At The Edge took part in their first live podcast, delivered in partnership with Sound Communities and funded by Imagine This and Youth Music.
The one-hour long show was hosted by our Youth Music ambassador Olivia Seaward and featured live music sets from solo singer songwriters, interviews with young people discussing how music projects have impacted their lives and airings of previously recorded Music At The Edge material, all culminating in a 20-minute live set from our own Last Minute Band!
MusicAtTheEdge has met online throughout lockdown offering free weekly zoom sessions where those taking part plan activity, teach each other songs, learn music theory and talk music.
If you would like to learn more about Music At The Edge, then you can find us on our facebook page www.facebook.com/MusicAtTheEdge1
The podcast can be found at https://www.spreaker.com/user/oceanyouth/edge-live-lounge
The session was delivered in accordance with latest Government guidelines with all participants wearing all necessary protective equipment and ensuring equipment and hands were sanitised.
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- 10 We're in danger of some domestic competitions becoming obsolete
Yes! Brixham would like to extend its thanks to all partners for all their hard work and help to make this happen.