Young people are being given the chance to create beats, record vocals and learn music production techniques at an open studio event on Thursday 28th April at the Bath Foyer.
The event is part of Curo’s Working Well project which is helping young people to improve their wellbeing and employability through coaching in employment goals, money management, cooking and more.
Clare Birch, Curo Learning and Development Worker, said: “Working Well is about equipping young people who have had a tough start in life – often facing homelessness – with skills to succeed in life.
“Whatever your background, if you’re aged 16-25 and interested in discovering how making music could open doors for you, come along to our Open Music Studio – no previous experience is needed.”
The event takes place from 5-7pm on Thursday 28th April at The Foyer, 80 Dominion Road, Twerton, Bath BA2 1DF.
For further information about Working Well, visit www.curo-group.co.uk/workingwell or phone Curo on 01225 366000.