Masterclass: Wolf Alice

Wolf Alice - Guest Workshop

What an honour to welcome Mercury Music Prize winning band Wolf Alice to The Rhythm Studio for a sixth form masterclass this week. A huge thanks to Ellie, Joff, Joel and Theo for dropping in for an insightful guest workshop.

Open mics are quite strange, you get some funny characters there, but it’s the ultimate practice. If you’ve never done it before and you’re aspiring to play music then it’s the perfect place to do it. It’s almost like an alcoholics anonymous for songwriters, a safe space where everyone’s as mad as each other and there is no judgement.
— Wolf Alice
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Bright Futures line up complete!

Live Music

The RSF All Stars line up for Bright Futures next Wednesday 8th May is complete! The incredible line up features DJs FUTURE CUT (Lily Allen / Shakira), broadcaster Shaun Keaveny (BBC 6 Music), producers Tim Bran (Birdy / London Grammar) and Martin Terefe (James Morrison / KT Tunstall)Guy Chambers (Robbie Williams), and our host Tom Dixon, not to mention RSF alumni and emerging hip hop artist Shamime Ibrahim (Jason Mraz / The Specials).

Snap up your last minute tickets now - rsf2019brightfutures.eventbrite.co.uk

(RSF Allstars from top left - Guy Chambers, Tom Dixon, Shamime Ibrahim, Shaun Keaveney, Martin Terefe, Tim Bran and Future Cut - Tunde Babalola and Darren Lewis)

(RSF Allstars from top left - Guy Chambers, Tom Dixon, Shamime Ibrahim, Shaun Keaveney, Martin Terefe, Tim Bran and Future Cut - Tunde Babalola and Darren Lewis)

Silent Auction

Support the next generation by bidding in our Bright Futures silent auction. Lots include “make a movie in a day” experience, tickets to Yungblud, a private lesson with Beatboxing champion Bellatrix, a football shirt signed by Chelsea FC first ten and a luxury break at The Grove. Get bidding here - https://rsf-auction.com/

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RSF School Workshops - Kensington Aldridge Academy

RS teachers Louis and Tyler spent last term with students from Kensington Aldridge Academy helping them to expand their knowledge producing music using Logic Pro for their Music GSCE.

Developing skills in Logic Pro has enabled pupils to unlock their musical creativity quickly, and compositions at the end of the project were polished and professional. The teachers from the Rhythm Studio were so knowledgeable and taught each skill so succintly and logically. As a teacher I have found Logic Pro the biggest challenge in my subject development and I learnt so much over the course.
— Grace Cockell, Music teacher Kensington Aldridge Academy