What's on

Sessions - Gigs - Events

Dates are subject to change

We have lots of gigs and events in the pipeline and we'll be listing more gigs for Jamming Station members past and present soon, so come back and check this page often for the latest news

 

  Weekly Sessions

Jamming Station session
Jamming Station Autumn 1 Sessions (Sept/Oct 2018)

Jamming STATION AUTUMN 1

  • September 12, 19, 26 

    October 3, 10, 17

    Cost £40 for all 6 sessions. You can attend sessions 1 or 2 before committing but please email Beth at info@jammingstation.co.uk to let them know you're coming

  •   5-7.30pm 13-21 yr olds

  • Meet at Civic Hall TOTNES 

£40
 

  Weekly Sessions

Jamming Station session
Jamming Station Autumn 2 Sessions (Oct/Nov/Dec 2018)

Jamming STATION AUTUMN 2

OCTOBER 31
november 7, 14, 21, 28
DECEMBER 5, 12
COST £40 FOR ALL 7 SESSIONS. YOU CAN ATTEND SESSIONS 1 OR 2 BEFORE COMMITTING BUT PLEASE EMAIL BETH AT INFO@JAMMINGSTATION.CO.UK TO LET THEM KNOW YOU'RE COMING
  •   5-7.30PM 13-21 YR OLDS

  • MEET AT CIVIC HALL TOTNES

        

Jamming Station Sessions

Jamming Station Sessions
 

Sessions run throughout the school year and are booked in half-term blocks. We require half-termly commitment. Each term ends with a special public gig at our popular local music venue, the Barrel House, which is a stones throw from the Civic Hall.

5:00 PM7:30 PM

Tickets

£40

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Sessions are held at The Civic Hall, Totnes

We are based in the Civic Hall, Totnes, where we have ample space to rehearse, break away into smaller groups, run workshops and make a big sound. We have a full PA and various instruments, a sound engineer, music leaders and young music mentors who all work together to provide a great resource for young musicians.

Sessions run throughout the school year and are booked in half-term blocks. We require half-termly commitment which ends with a gig at our local music venue, the Barrel House, which is a stones throw from the Civic Hall.

Half-term structure:

We begin our half term by welcoming new members to the group, introducing new songs, styles, themes and tools. And individuals are encouraged to bring their songs and ideas and to start working together in groups of two or more.

Through the six or so sessions, songs develop within the group and each musician develops new skills through playing with others, practicing, finding support within the group and from the leaders and performing to the group.

We have occasional OPEN MIC/PUBLIC GIGS at The Barrell House. Check the website for details.

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A typical session


A typical session usually looks like this, though it can vary depending on the group:

  • 5.00

    Setup - tune up

     

  • 5.15

    Group meeting

     

  • 5.30

    Music development

    Mentoring, peer skill sharing, breakaway groups, vocal, rhythm and general music skills.

  • 6.00

    Group jam

     

  • 6.30

    Stage slot for band rehearsal.

    Breakaway groups into smaller spaces for acoustic practise.

  • 7.00

    Stage sharing

    This time is for any musicians to perform/share/receive feedback on their music.

  • 7.15

    Pack up

     

  • 7.30

    End