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.
Sound Off participants do not require any prior musical experience, ability or knowledge.
Sound Off aims to provide a creative outlet for expression through percussion, drumming, song writing, rapping or poetry. At the end of the program, participants are encouraged to showcase their learning through a recorded
piece or performance.
- Young people aged 16- 25 years of age
- Open to any young person who lives, studies, works or accesses a service within City of Monash
- No prior experience or skills with music required
- Drumming: Mondays 6 May – 24 June (4:30pm – 6:30pm)
- Rap: Thursdays 2 May – 20 June (4:30pm – 6:30pm)
Where: 2 Euneva Avenue, Glen Waverley
How to get involved:
If you know of any young people that may benefit and enjoy being a part of Sound Off you can register by:
Call or text: 0400 967 797
Places are limited, please register now.