The Grit School | Bridging the Gap between Young Creatives & The Music Industry

The Grit School is a 7 week music industry programme offering young people from south London (16-24) The opportunity to have access to creative masterclasses, music industry seminars & free studio & rehearsal time. 

The Grit School | Bridging the Gap between Young Creatives & The Music Industry

Who can apply: 

  • 16-24 year olds 
  • South London based young people 
  • Those who are not in education, employment or training 
  • Musicians, artists & producers 
  • Aspiring music industry professionals 

What we offer:

  • Creative Master classes
  • Music Industry Seminars 
  • Free Studio & Rehearsal time 
  • A network of industry professionals & like minded young people. 
  • A chance to perform at our Grit School Live showcase. 

Past master classes & industry seminars have been lead by Warner Music UK, AWAL, Finesse Foreva, Atlantic Records & many more.

Dates: Monday 25th October - Friday 10th December 2021

Location: Raw material & Online 

Deadline to apply is Thursday 5th October, sign up online or refer a young person here: https://bit.ly/3eVpNFU

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Grit School Promo Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f7X6yEjnJRI

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School Ground Sounds

SGS is a music charity based in South London. We offer high quality music programmes for 11- 24's building skills in songwriting, musicianship and access to the music industry. 

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