YOUNG PEOPLE TO FIND THEIR “VOICE” AT 351 MUSIC EXPERIENCE – GOLD COAST.
Young people can get expert coaching from Chang Po Ching, other celebs at free event
(GOLD COAST, AUSTRALIA) – September 24, 2018 – Time is running out for aspiring musicians to register for a chance to receive expert coaching from artists like “The Voice Australia” finalist Chang Po Ching at this year’s 351 Camp – Gold Coast.
351 (3 Days, 5 Elements, 1 Shot) is a camp created by the nonprofit Musicians Making A Difference as a way to encourage young musicians to reach their full potential. Each year, musicians spend three days honing their skills at songwriting, production, performance and singing. They also improve their dance skills with MMAD Moves, an offshoot of MMAD that specifically focuses on improving the lives of youth through dance. During the training, students get to interact with and receive personal coaching from successful performers who have been through what they’re going through, like Chang. After an intense two three days of inspiring workshops, students perform live on stage at a grand finale showcase in front of their peers and fellow music lovers.
“We have some of the best teachers and facilitators in Australia coming to teach dance, vocals and songwriting,” says MMAD founder and CEO Dominic Brook. “Chang Po Ching is one of Australia’s top voices at the moment”
“It’s an honour to be inspiring young people with MMAD again,” says Chang. “People should register quick as it’s an opportunity not to be missed.”
“The city of Gold Coast are proud supporters of the MMAD program and want to make it available for free to all young people,” beams Helensville Cultural Centre manager Bronwyn Lacy.
This year’s 351 Camp – Gold Coast runs from October 2-4 at the Helensville Library and Cultural Center. Young people 13-21 can register for the event by going at www.mmad.org.au/forms. MMAD Founder and CEO Dominic Brook is available for interviews in advance of 351 Camp. To schedule an interview, contact Dominic Brook at email@example.com.
Musicians Making a Difference (MMAD) exists to change lives through music, because every young person deserves someone who believes in them. MMAD’s purpose is to inspire young people to make positive choices so they can find their place in the world. Through MMAD, young people will find music mentors, performance and training opportunities, and a community of positivity where they can express themselves through music.
About Helensvale Library & Cultural Centre:
The venue includes a 200-seat auditorium and black box theatre, rehearsal spaces, dance studio, visual arts room and a state of the art recording studio. This exciting addition to the city’s social infrastructure will allow for the nurturing, development and exposure to creative pursuits, with affordable access for individuals, groups and organisations to participate in a wide range of artistic pursuits.
The venue provides a one-stop shop for creation, rehearsal and performance of music, drama, dance and other activities. Regular classes, workshops and meetings are complemented by touring performances and the ability for community groups to showcase local talents.
Co-located with the cultural centre is the Helensvale Branch Library, a City customer service centre and the Divisional Councillor’s office.