‘Musical Beacons’ community project returns to Charlton

Beacons Flyer Photo 2Rachael Perrin from Soundcastle has been in touch with details of a free community musical project, taking place over the coming weeks in Charlton.

I’m very excited to be able to announce the return of Musical Beacons! A FREE 9 week community music project in Charlton, open to everyone – all ages and levels of ability. No experience of music required! Whether you’re a virtuosic violinist or a toddler with a tambourine you will be welcomed into a nurturing musical environment that celebrates who you are and the music you make. You will be amazed at the quality of music and songs you can create!

What is Musical Beacons?
It is a unique creative music project that brings local people of all ages and abilities together to create new music inspired by who you are and where you live. If you already play an instrument bring it along or, if not, get ready to explore an array of drums, ukuleles, balafons and percussion instruments provided by Soundcastle.

“When the music started you could see the joy in people’s eyes and I had a tear in mine!”
Audience Member, Charlton Beacons 2012

Watch the film from 2012: 

Dates: Mondays (9 Sessions)

February: 24th
March: 3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th, 31st
April: 28, May 12th,19th

Time: 4-5.15pm

Venue: Charlton Assembly Rooms, Charlton, London SE7 8UD

All young people and children must be accompanied by an adult. This is a fantastic chance to create something with your friends and families.

To book your free place please email: Rachael@soundcastle.co.uk or call 07525 059 570.

Find out more at Soundcastle’s website. 

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About Neil Clasper

Photographer; @CharltonCSE7 contributor; @RRRipchords guitarist; business publishing & marketing professional. Based in Charlton, south-east London.
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