Ultimate Artists Seeking Londoners For Music Mentorship Programme | Music News
Ultimate Artists – an intensive ten day music residential mentorship programme – held at Hertfordshire University are looking for young people living in London, who are interested in gaining valuable experience about the music industry, for the course between August 11th – August 20th.
Joshua Alamu having worked as a contestant vocal coach for shows as The Voice UK and X Factor has always had a passion for nurturing and developing emerging talents.
The UA 2017 Project, is therefore a platform to develop young talented artists from the ages of twelve upwards in the key disciplines of vocal development carefully guided by Joshua.
Currently working with the likes of JP Cooper, Little Mix, Louisa Johnson and many more, the residential course will also be joined by Grammy Award winning Engineer, Producer and Songwriter, Aamir Yaqub and UA Director, Eva Brandt. Richard Halton and Julie Gossage will also be back at Ultimate Artists to share their expertise in Musical Theatre.
Entwining practical elements with workshops that focuses on topics ranging from everything you need to be an artist, an overall understanding of the music business itself, performance technique, to learning how to brand your package, with UA director Sheena Ladwa, effectively and for the right reasons.
This is a very valuable opportunity with one alumni from last year’s project going onto support Fleur East at one of her shows. UA’s focus on developing a wholesome and independent-minded artist is surely the direction the music industry should be going for.
Watch the promo for UA 2017 down below for a taste of what’s in store.
If you think you have what it takes to be an Ultimate Artist why not enrol now?
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