a mixed ensemble music-making opportunity
If you enjoy playing an instrument or singing, are aged 8-18 and would like to do it in a group with others like you - JukeBox is a great opportunity. We welcome all instruments, abilities and backgrounds.
What will participants / members be doing?
We will inspire you to improve your music skills and, by exploring different styles of music, learn how to creatively apply those music skills when you play together as a group.
Discover new pieces of music through a mixture of music notation and learning by ear
Get creative with more improvised and memorised music
Perform music to suit your level of playing
Explore styles from jazz to classical, musical theatre to pop
February Half Term 2021 - Virtual content released Monday 15th February with a virtual recording completed shortly after the end of the week using participants' contributions. Attendees will also receive a certificate of participation. 1-1 tutoring slots are available online during the week.
June Half Term 2021 - at Broad Hinton Village Hall*
Friday 4th June from 8.30 (for 9am start) – 3pm
Saturday 5th June from 9:30 (for 10am start) – Performance to parents/carers at 3pm and 4pm finish.
* subject to COVID 19 related guidance and restrictions
INFORMATION FOR PARENTS / CARERS
How much time will the virtual sessions take in February half term?
The half term challenges are open ended with a submission deadline on the Friday afternoon - students can spend as long as they wish on the challenges. There are five different pieces with a video tutorial for each, which students encouraged to learn to play the music and then improvise their own. Ideally students will try all five challenges, and will complete either an audio or video recording of all five.
We will provide guidance on how to submit video recordings during the week.
There will be a finished compiled recording that people can view online a couple of weeks after half term (once it’s been edited together). Sadly we cannot make an everyone together ‘live’ opportunity this time around.
Will I need Zoom?
You will not need Zoom to watch the video content, however you will require Zoom if you wish to book a fifteen minute one-to-one lesson with a tutor during the week (available on a first come first served basis). We will have appropriate safeguarding measures in place to make sure this is secure.
How can my child get involved?
You need book to and pay for places - we suggest that you refer to our Guide to tickets and prices below.
We want to be sure this opportunity is available to children & young people from all backgrounds and are able to offer a number of SUPPORTED PLACES at lower cost for children who may otherwise miss out due to their circumstances.
Supported Places are available to children who are in one or more of the following ‘categories’; Pupil Premium / Free School Meals / Ever 6 / Looked After or for those who have Special Educational Needs (SEN) or a Disability. Discounts for eligible siblings are also available. These places are supported by Wiltshire Music Connect’s music education hub funding from Department for Education / Arts Council England.
We can offer discounts for up to 3 siblings (children from the same families) and this
If you want to discuss buying SUPPORTED PLACES, a child's specific needs or have other queries about the club, please send an email to giving your address and number and we can arrange to call and have a chat.
Guide to tickets and prices
February's virtual sessions are priced at £20* per person.
Are you booking at the full rate or are one or more of your children eligible for a Supported Place? If you want to discuss buying SUPPORTED PLACES, a child's specific needs , please send an email to giving your address and number.
If you're booking for more than one child from the same family (siblings) then you book the first place choosing your main ticket type and then the others (max of 3) using the appropriate Sibling 'add on' ticket.
* Full Rate