We would like to extend a massive thank you to our friend Ciaran Thapar for writing an amazing article for Guardian Music regarding SoundSkool’s current situation. Ciaran also elaborates on the wider effects of cutting youth provisions. You can read the article below, and please share! Don’t drop the mic: why music college SoundSkool must not be silenced
#SaveSoundSkool An urgent message to all our dear friends and supporters: It is with great sadness that we have to announce SoundSkool will no longer be contracting with the College of North East London and Haringey for the academic year of 2018 – 2019. Following the merger of CONEL into the Capital City College Group, […]
On Friday 27th April, 8 SoundSkool students were given the opportunity to go see Nine Night at Southbank’s The National. This amazing opportunity was provided by theatre producer Tobi Kyeremateng, who fundraised to be able to offer our students free tickets as part of her #BlackNineNight initiative.
This week, Level 3 students Shivon and Asante tried their hands at becoming onscreen actors for a day’s worth of work experience.
As part of their Rock School (RSL) qualifications, all SoundSkool students undertake two weeks worth of work experience. In order to offer them invaluable insights into the music industry
Some of our young artists were excited to take the opportunity to receive an exclusive tour of not one but TWO record labels today. After fueling up at Nando’s, the group headed to the south Kensington based music labels for an exclusive tour of the facilities from music industry influencers Alec & Alex Boateng.
This weekend, SoundSkool learners and staff were excited to attend the annual Ultimate Seminar. Dubbed as “the music industry’s best kept secret”, the seminar invites some of the industry’s top artists and business moguls to central London’s Westminster University.
SoundSkool are very proud of Artist Development & Business Level 1 tutor Isatta Cesay for featuring in Source magazine this week.