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Street University and I.C.E. to offer young musicians free online workshops

Street University and I.C.E. to offer young musicians free online workshops

The Street University and Information + Cultural Exchange (I.C.E.) are joining together to provide free online workshops for young musicians across Australia throughout Term 1 2022. 

Street Exchange: Pathways for Independent Artists is a new initiative that builds on the success of Street University’s Passion to Pro online masterclass series. It aims to create new avenues of access for fledgling musicians to connect, learn, network, and thrive.

Beginning on Monday, February 14th and running until April 8th, the program will feature eight weeks of online lessons every Monday to Friday from 6-7pm (AEDT). Musicians, producers, and industry professionals will provide support to emerging artists in their artistic development.

The lessons will be instructive for young musicians at any stage of their careers. Everything from beat making, lyric writing, vocal, and navigating the music industry will be covered, with each weekday focusing on a different topic. Feedback Fridays will be reserved for recapping the lessons of the previous four days.

Guest speakers will also be on-hand to offer their expertise, including A.Girl, Lee Monro, Franco (Sony), Niche Touring, CG Fez, E$KE, Utility, Capital Zee, Chelsea Warner, and Zeadala.

“Success in the music industry relies on way more than talent,” Ran-Dee said about the program. “The most powerful tool is building a strong network. We wanna bring young creatives together and give them all direct access to some of the most respected names in the industry.”

Street Exchange: Pathways for Independent Artists will be a unique opportunity for young people to connect with, and learn directly from, professionals who have paved the way inside and outside of the music industry.

Expressions of Interest for Street Exchange opened on Monday, January 31st, and will remain open Sunday, February 13th, one day before the beginning of the program. Any young musicians between the age of 12 and 25 is encouraged to apply here.

This article originally appeared on The Industry Observer, which is now part of The Music Network.

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