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YBD workshops off to a flying start

5 March 2016

Our Young Black & Deadly Talent Development Program participants had their first workshop for 2016 and have already produced some amazing music!YBD mentors Leah Flanagan, Mark ‘Munk’ Ross, Danielle Tuwai and Johnny Nicol were all on hand to help coach and tutor these emerging young stars, working on song writing, voice coaching, and even recording some demo tracks.

All mentors were blown away by the the level of talent among the group and are looking forward to the next workshop. This NAIDOC Week we’ll be releasing a YBD EP featuring all the tracks produced over the workshop period. Stay tuned!

Got some musical instruments gathering dust? Why not donate them to the YBD program, our kids will put them to good use! We are currently seeking more instruments for our talented young group of performers to utilise in their training and recording. If you have any items you’d like to donate, please contact us on arts@gadigal.org.au or call 02 9384 4000.

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