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YOUNG PEOPLE TAKE PART IN MUSIC AND DESIGN PROGRAMME

36 Young people aged 12 – 17 yrs from West Belfast recently had the opportunity to take part in a FREE electronic music and visual design programme at CBS School. The Belfast Electronic Arts and Music Academy (BEAMA), facilitated by Belfast’s Friends of CBS along with creative media experts Giga Training.

36 Young people aged 12 – 17 yrs from West Belfast recently had the opportunity to take part in a FREE electronic music and visual design programme at CBS School. The Belfast Electronic Arts and Music Academy (BEAMA), facilitated by Belfast’s Friends of CBS along with creative media experts Giga Training and funded by Big Lottery, provided participants with hands on experience in live electronic music performance from production and Djing to 3D visual design under the guidance of industry professionals. The programme closed with a showcase event with friends and family watching the young people put their skills into practice.Showing his support at the closing showcase event at CBS school was Deputy Lord Mayor Guy Spence, with, from left, Adam McKenna, Tierna Taggart, Megan Burns and Pierce McAuley.

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