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March Break at The Marsh Street Centre

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Event Name: March Break at The Marsh Street Centre
Event Date(s): March 12, 2018 - Mar. 16, 2018
Location: The Blue Mountains
Website: Click here to visit
Description: Have you ever wanted to play in a band?
Perrform on stage?

Learn guitar, bass, drums, keyboards and vocal skills
Form a band and play songs by your favourite artists
Write songs
Perform Live for friends and family
Beginners welcome

Our good friend and founder of the ‘Before They Were Famous’ Rock School, Gary Gillespie, runs the program on our behalf. Gary has extensive experience managing this type of innovative music program and he brings decades of teaching experience and a passion for music that translates into a comfortable and fun experience for kids and teens.

The Marsh Street Centre is pleased to bring this program to the Thornbury/Clarksburg area as part of our mission to enrich the community’s cultural life by supporting local music and music education for children and teens

Marsh Street Rocks! Program Goals:
We offer a creative, fun, encouraging and supportive environment for young musicians to discover their own unique talents.
We inspire musicians at all levels of experience and ages to explore their own creativity and develop their self-expression in an area of musical interest.

Please inquire if you are interested in our adult rocks program also available on Monday evenings.

We provide a solid foundation in musicianship, a strong basis for music making and offer a positive framework for ongoing development of individual talent.

We support our students to:

Make music — to experience and enjoy their own talents and creative output while increasing their abilities to play and perform.
Get the know-how to go from the garage to center stage — the fundamentals of forming a band.
Have a well-rounded exposure to the basics of the music biz.
Learn the fundamentals of stage performance — including body movement, voice range and projection, stage presence, keeping an audience, handling a mic and maneuvering on stage.
Learn the value of teamwork in a supportive group.

March 12-16, 2018
187 Marsh Street, Clarksburg