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Interested in drama, dance, singing and music making? No prior experience is needed and our performing arts classes are lively and interactive. We also offer classes for older students and those with learning difficulties and disabilities. Do check the course information to find the right performing arts course for you.

African Drumming View details

Rhythm is everywhere. Many of us would like to play music with others and drumming is a great way to start or develop your musical journey. African rhythm provides a structure and cultural background to help us explore rhythm from a variety of cultures using drums and also other percussion instruments. We will learn some traditional African rhythms but there will be opportunities to create our own rhythms and learn some songs and chants (all in the comfort of your own home). During the session, all students will be muted but you will hear me and I will play my djembe as well a variety of percussion tracks and loops. There will be audio tracks on Canvas for you to use outside of the session too.

CLOTHCAT an introduction to electronic music production and ableton View details

Would you like to learn how to make original music on professional music production software? On this Electronic Music Production Course, participants will learn how to produce music using Ableton Live professional software and they will have access to a huge selection of sounds, samples and software to produce high quality pieces of music. You will learn how to import audio files and loops, programme MIDI instruments and drums, use Audio and MIDI FX, understand basic music theory and create an original piece of music. You can share your ideas and productions with others attending the course with the opportunity to collaborate to make music with others. No prior music education is required although a passion for music definitely helps. If you like rock, dance, classical, jazz or other styles of music then this course is for you.

CLOTHCAT an introduction to electronic music production and ableton taster View details

Would you like to learn how to make original music on professional music production software? On this Electronic Music Production Course, participants will learn how to produce music using Ableton Live professional software and they will have access to a huge selection of sounds, samples and software to produce high quality pieces of music. You will learn how to import audio files and loops, programme MIDI instruments and drums, use Audio and MIDI FX, understand basic music theory and create an original piece of music. You can share your ideas and productions with others attending the course with the opportunity to collaborate to make music with others. No prior music education is required although a passion for music definitely helps. If you like rock, dance, classical, jazz or other styles of music then this course is for you.

Confidence through Singing View details

A friendly and accessible group for all who want to learn to sing together in harmony. A crucial element of what we are about is not possible whilst meeting on zoom! But we'll do our best to revise songs we've learned in the past, learn some simple new songs, and accompany each other on the strange experience of singing alone together. We will address issues that come up around singing alone together, and enjoy spending time with each other.

Dancing for Joy View details

A dance class built around the abilities of the group, no previous experience needed. We will learn different genres of dance from jive to disco, jazz to modern, musical to country...the choice is yours! The chance to learn short routines, to get fit, have fun and Dance For Joy!

Drama - Chichester Reaching Out View details

A fun and friendly course to get you expressing yourself and developing performance skills. Lots of games, group activities, role play and exercises. We will explore feelings, expression and unusual situations. Lots of fun and laughter as we improve communication and build confidence.

Drama for Wellbeing View details

In this course you will explore a varied range of drama, storytelling and movement games and exercises which are fun and engaging and will build confidence, spark your imagination and increase your sense of well being. No previous experience required, just a willingness to try new things and have some fun.

Folk Session: Beginners View details

This course is aimed at beginners with a basic understanding of their instruments. It offers the opportunity to become more confident with your chosen instrument by learning and playing a range of popular traditional folk tunes both individually and as a part of an online ensemble. You will gain more understanding of basic musical language, performance skills and how to learn and practice tunes. When playing online all students will be muted but you will hear the tutor playing live and be able to play along. Students will need to supply their own instrument with the focus on guitar, violin, ukulele and melodeon. Other instrument players welcome also.

Getting Started with Home Recording: Recording Music & Voice View details

Are you interested in finding out about home recording? Would you like to be able to set up a room or a space for recording voice or instruments? 'Getting Started with Home Recording' is an introduction to the requirements you will need to take into consideration to get as near an optimal setup as possible, depending on your surroundings. Starting from a non-technical perspective, we will look at examples of setups on different budgets and in different spaces around the house, offering insights into best practice and the type of equipment that you might need to achieve an efficient and creative working space.

Introduction to Computer Music Recording View details

Run by a professional sound engineer and producer with more than twenty years of experience in the music industry, this course will introduce and explain the fundamental concepts of using computer-based digital audio workstations (DAWs, or recording software) and the associated hardware to record audio and begin to create music. These sessions will explore how to make the most of your home set-up, including tips on how to improve your acoustic and creative environment, setting recording levels, importing and exporting audio and using key processing tools within your software. Digital audio principles including sample rate, bit depth and project storage will also be introduced, and the possibilities of remote collaboration, which is becoming so important in the current climate, will also be discussed.