MAS records backs a new school at Bromsgrove's Artrix


MAS records, based at Kidderminster college and have rock legend Robert Plant as a patron, will give expert advice at the workshops.

The aim is to give talented youngsters the skills they will need in order to get their first break.

The workshops are led by Scott Garrett, a tutor with extensive experience in the rock music industry.

Robert Plant has been a patron of MAS since it launched

Scott Garrett says the workshops will help young musicians to get started: "They're kind of aimed at people who are not yet in a band - maybe they've been playing in their bedroom for six months."

The first workshop is on Sunday, April 10, and will show youngsters how to network with others to form a band, and also teach live performance skills and outline some of the ins and outs of the business.

The second workshop is on Sunday, May 1, and will look at song-writing, securing gigs and performing rights.

Each full-day workshop will culminate in a studio gig to showcase what the participants have achieved.

More details are available from TC Peppercorn, Artrix Education & Outreach Co-Ordinator on 01527 572707.

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Equality and Diversity Statement

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MAS Records is committed to creating a culture that respects and values each others’ differences, that promotes dignity, equality and diversity and that encourages individuals to develop and maximise their true creative potential.

 

It is our policy to treat all artists, musicians, employees, customers and associated parties fairly and equally regardless of their sex, sexual orientation, trans-gender status, marital status, civil partnership status, race, colour, nationality, ethnic or national origin, religious belief, political belief, age or disability.

Accessibility

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MAS Records is committed to promoting equality and accessibility in all facets of the artist development scheme.

As we are aligned with RSL to deliver our artist development programme we encourage all submitted evidence to be in video format in what we call the 'vegetarian approach' - everyone eats vegetarian! Submitted video evidence is more accessible for everyone as written evidence or other types of assessment can be difficult for some individuals. Video provides a level playing field for all. 

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However, if you do need further assisted learning support (ALS) to complete evidence needs for the scheme this is available through contact with the MAS programme leader Stuart Eaves at our main Kidderminster campus via the number or email below.

Phone: 01562 512120

Email: stu@masrecords.org

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