Rap and Drumming workshops for young people in Monash.
The Sound Off Program is a series of workshops with young people exploring health and wellbeing through music, facilitated by Link Health and Community, supported by Monash Youth and Family Services and funded through the Monash Council Grants Program.
The Sound Off project will facilitate participants to explore and experiment with music and storytelling. The project will support and assist participants to develop life skills to cope with challenges and stresses, while building on or creating new strengths in a socially inclusive group environment.
SoundOff! at Launch Housing Education First Youth Foyer and Mount Waverley Secondary College
Link Health and Community have partnered with Launch Housing Education First Youth Foyer in Glen Waverley and Mount Waverley Secondary College to deliver Sound Off! to students at their locations.
SoundOff! Rap, with Joe Motley, will be delivered at the Education First Youth Foyer, the first session has become the talk of the Foyer. Joe has been running workshops since 2013, exploring rap, story-telling and sharing, recording and producing tunes.
SoundOff! Drumming, with Peter Vadiveloo, will be delivered at Mount Waverley Secondary College, with sessions starting week 5 of term 3. Peter has extensive experience teaching drum kit, Cajon, hand drums and instrumental percussion, drum circles, group drumming/percussion, vocal percussion and body percussion.
Please note, these programs are for students already enrolled with these locations and we are no longer inviting external registrations.
Link Health and Community acknowledges the funding and support from the City of Monash and Monash Youth Services.
For more information about Sound Off! contact Belinda Haydon on 0400 967 797 or email@example.com.