Musical Minds // 12pm – 5pm
Blend Cafe Hustlin’ up some of the best company, juice, coffee and snacks Notts has to offer since ‘17.
Showcasing some of Nottinghams best young musical minds, handpicked Hustle goodness as well as a selection of artists from these brilliant Notts based musical mentors.
YMCA Digital is a charity that focuses on empowering young people living within the Nottingham/Nottinghamshire with Creative Arts and Digital Media. They’re popping over to Young Hustlers to present a trio of their rising stars. J.O, Demarnz & Matthew Baggerley.
13:00pm Matthew Baggerley
First Light & Inspire Youth Arts support young artists within Nottinghamshire. Equipping you lot with lasting tools to become successful in the music industry they coach you in song-writing, performance and how to big yourself up with self-promoting. Managed by awesome Notts songstress Nina Smith, come and watch Alfie Sharp, Simran, Margarita & Sam Barker show off their skills.
CRS was set up in 1991 the Community Recording Studio teaches film and video skills as well as music, giving youngsters access to professional equipment and key industry contacts, including musicians like Estelle and Aloe Blacc. At young Hustlers they’re presenting Jalle & The CRS Songwriting Group. Nice.
15:00pm Singing group
15:15pm Singing group
Music Hub believe that music makes a difference and are committed to making music more accessible and inclusive. Supporting young people from across the city to develop their musical skills, and participate in diverse ensembles and performances, we think they are awesome. Featuring Blank Youth, Louis Croft, Zara Mjojo, Archie Nelson, & Matther Baggerley & Ellie Stainsby-Grenville playing as a duo
Check out this amazing video courtesy of Community Recording Studio CRS Songwriting Group filmed in the underpass by our building…Prepare yourself for goosebumps – these girls have serious talent 😍
Posted by Nottingham Contemporary on Thursday, July 19, 2018