Open day + vocals workshop

Posted on March 21, 2019

Join us at our campus in Brighthelm Gardens, Brighton on  Sat Apr 13th at 12:00 Noon for our Open Day.

Confirm your place for this event by completing the Open Day Web form — REGISTER HERE 

Learn more about our BA (Hons) & Masters Programmes for musicians and creatives. Students can study On-Campus in Brighton or Online through Distance Learning. Funding is available and all programmes are accredited by the University of Chichester.

The Open Day will include a Vocals Workshop hosted by Amba Tremain & Hannah Boulton.

What to expect from the vocals workshop:

- Overview of the Vocals Department

- Life as a session player with Amba Tremain

- Performance & Q+A with Hanna Boulton

- Vocal Techniques: Tips & Advice for all musicians

Amba Tremain

Amba Tremain is a contemporary singer,songwriter,musician and vocal coach. She has worked with many high profile artists including Boy George, Newton Faulkner, Ella Henderson and Roachford. She’s also been awarded a gold disc by the BPI for her contribution to the album ‘Somewhere’ by the late Eva Cassidy. Amba and her band, ‘Blame Jones’ have had just under 300,000 monthly listeners across streaming platforms. She’s featured on over 90,000 worldwide playlists and is also a prolific session vocalist and keyboard player. Her other roles include Musical Director of award winning organisation ‘The Urban Vocal Group’ and Director of the ‘Breaking Through’ Artist Development Programme.

Hannah Boulton

Hannah is a Brighton based Singer/Songwriter who has amassed over 100K followers on YouTube. Her influences include Eva Cassidy, Beady Belle, Kimbra and Katie Melua.

Confirm your place for this event by completing the Open Day Form — REGISTER HERE 

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