Week Three Highlights

We're heading over the half way mark.

Week Three of Sounds Like London includes some fantastic ways for you to make your own music. Check out our picks from the week ahead.

Friday 15 June

Gwyneth Herbert Campfire Club
 What better way to spend a Friday night than on a farm with some great music?

Gwyneth Herbert and Noemie Ducimetiere present an evening of inventive and original music in Shoreditch.

Saturday 16 June

Amaroun
Back with our friends from Airbnb and Little Concert.

Amaroun (aka producer and songwriter Jay Brown) shows off her talent which has been described as 'kaleidoscopic pop music for the 21st century'.

Sunday 17 June

And Still We Rise Melissa James Sounds Like London
You've heard the music. Now it's your turn!

Singer Melissa James will be running And Still We Rise: a singing workshop for women at Brady Arts Community Centre during the afternoon, followed by a special gig at Richmix in the evening featuring those who took part in the workshop.

Get involved!

Girls of Grime Sounds Like London
Ok, we're going to sneak in a second pick.

Girls of Grime link up with Major Muzik Entertainment to bring together some of the best female MCs and DJs for ‘The Female Takeover’.

Monday 18 June

Sounds Like London
We're pleased to be working with Southbank Centre and their Meltdown Festival.

Catch American singer-songwriter Emma Ruth Rundle for an intimate gig in the Purcell Room.

Tuesday 19 June

Samantha Whates
Samantha Whates plays an intimate gigs at Soho's Phoenix Arts Club.

Described as an artist that ignites little bonfires beneath your ribs and sings you something about yourself while the fire burns.

Wednesday 20 June

Jayne Snow Sounds Like London
Get yourself to the Square Mile for some outdoor music.

Singer and busker Jayne Snow will be performing as part of a special series with the City of London.

Thursday 21 June

SoundsLikeLondon - Make Music Day
It's your turn again!

Make Music Day is a global movement encouraging everyone to get involved. There'll be events happening across London, including a special New Orleans style procession ending at The Scoop outside City Hall.

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