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26/9WorkshopsMasterclass: Fraser T Smith / Songwriter, ProducerTuesday September 26, 3:45pm to 5:00pmFreeRoom 219Fraser T. Smith is a multi-award winning, internationally acclaimed artist, producer, songwriter and musician - one of the most in demand creators in contemporary music today. He has co-written, mixed and produced 7 Number One singles in the UK, 2 Billboard Number One singles in the US, and contributed to 18 Number One albums. Having spent most of his career producing and songwriting for some of the biggest artists in the world (Adele, Stormzy, Sam Smith, Florence and the Machine, Drake, G...
27/9Student GigsFemale Voices in IndieWednesday September 27, 8:30pm3 (+ booking fee)Northern Guitars'Female Voices In Indie' showcases 3 female-lead acts hailing from Leeds Conservatoire (Livi Bloomer, Luna Wood and Saffrön) with their unique sounds, varying from Indie-soul to Indie-folk/pop, held at the lovely, intimate setting of Northern Guitars. Come on down for a wholesome, beautiful evening of celebrating women's voices.
28/9PerformancesOpen Mic: Pop and SongwritingThursday September 28, 7:00pm to 9:00pmFreeRooftop BarOpen mic for Pop and Songwriting students, hosted by Julie Thompson and Ric Neale. Free to attend.
29/9WorkshopsMasterclass: Xhosa Cole / Jazz TrioFriday September 29, 2:00pm to 4:00pmFreeRoom 219Masterclass with Jazz Saxophonist Xhosa Cole's Trio 29th Sep / 2pm / Room 219 Since winning the 2018 BBC Young Jazz Musician of the year award, saxophonist Xhosa Cole has headlined London's major-league jazz clubs, picked up further honours and built an impressive set of sideman and session credits - and recorded an acclaimed debut album.
29/9PerformancesB-side: Xhosa Cole TrioFriday September 29, 7:00pm to 10:00pmFreeRoom 219The Conservatoire's flagship jazz night featuring special guest Xhosa Cole, acclaimed 26 year-old award-winning saxophonist and his trio. Xhosa Cole, the acclaimed 26 year-old award-winning saxophonist, released his much-anticipated debut album last summer, celebrating the rich tapestry of music and heritage of great African-American composers and improvisers - formative influences on his life and music - through a contemporary black British lens.
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- News, System AlertsMac Lab and Studio AvailabilityDue to updating to the Apple systems, MacLab and Studios are unavailable this week. This information is also on CELCAT. If you have any questions, please contact MacSupport@lcm.ac.uk Many thanks, Mac Support
- News, System AlertsMyportfolio Error – Resits / Extensions AffectedThere is a problem with myPortfolio that is currently preventing submissions on SPACE 22/23, we are investigating and will try and get it resolved as soon as possible. If you are experiencing problems, please contact the SPACE Helpdesk - firstname.lastname@example.org. Affected students will not be penalised for missing deadlines as a result of this problem, and will be given another opportunity to submit once it is resolved. Apologies for the inconven...