Music Promise singers,songwriters,drummers and guitarists are set to rock stages citywide as part of Culturetech 2013.
From Thursday to Saturday Foyleside, The Craft Village, The Stables at Ebrington,Guildhall Square and Waterloo Place will be some of the locations for Music Promise youngsters to showcase their talent.
Music Promise in The Community have had a remarkable summer with two intensive hothouse weeks and a memorable performance at Glasgowbury - now they are set to perform at The Stables, Ebrington (12-6 Saturday)and Craft Village on Saturday (2-4pm),while singers and bands will also be performing on the Food court stage in Foyleside playing some incredible accoustic and rock tunes (12-6pm).
The Music Promise documentary makers, Derry's own Alleycats TV, will feature some of the youngsters in the series live on The Guildhall stage on Saturday - get a long for a sneak preview.While young Connor from the series will meet The Utah Saints for the jamm of a lifetime upstairs at Masons from 9pm on Saturday.
Also,as part of The Music Promise special needs strand 'Stravaganza' are running their Arts Lab throughout the full Culturetech week at the University of Ulster at Magee.This is an intense week of experimental music,movement and multimeida workshops for those with and without disabilities.Led by the best national and international tutors,participants will use cutting edge technology and music to create unique performance pieces.
The incredible work throughout the week will culminate in a showcase finale on Friday night at the North West Regional College Theatre on Strand Road at 8pm - £10 entry fee/£6 concession. Then on Saturday - meet the innovators and be part of the demonstrations and discussions from 2pm at The Creative School on Lawrence Hill - admission is free.
Keep in touch with the developments and full line up for Culturetech at www.culturetech.com