Bristol Youth Studios is a new modern music programme created by Bristol Beacon for 13 – 17 year olds.
Come along to meet the tutors and experiment making music in the state-of-the-art studios.
Bristol Youth Studios is a space to experiment with making music, try something new and collaborate with others. Recreate some of your favourite tracks or work on your own original music whilst learning music production, DJ skills, rap and vocals.
Day: Tuesdays during term time
Time: 17:00 – 19:00
Ability: Open to all (Beginners – Advanced)
Have the freedom to experiment, but also learn
Javeon – Bristol Youth Studios tutor
What you will learn
With support from a friendly tutor team of professional musicians, you will learn:
- Music Production
- DJ skills
Sessions are open for anyone age 13-17, from complete beginners to those looking to develop existing music and performance skills.
Bristol Youth Studio sessions are flexible and led by the interests of the participants, with the option of group and individual tuition.
Join Bristol Youth Studios today and get access to state-of-the-art music production and recording studios, along with regular performance opportunities and tuition from expert professional musicians.
Meet the tutors
Lead tutor Javeon is a singer and songwriter.
He has had tracks featured as Zane Lowe’s Hottest Record In The World and on Mistajam’s Inbox Fresh, rated by Idris Elba and Groove Armada. He is a sought after songwriter and has worked with artists including: Tory Lanez, Clean Bandit and 5AM.
Javeon has has also previously worked alongside Bristol Beacon as an artist mentor as part of our creative development programmes.
Chiara is a producer, DJ and label owner.
Alongside performing, Chiara has worked as a music educator for Creative Youth Network, BIMM Bristol and in theatre sound production.
Her passion for underground music developed the creation of two event companies along with track releases on bass focused labels, and radio plays on Subtle FM, Noods radio and BBC introducing.
Ngaio is a singer, songwriter, DJ and spoken word artist.
Ngaio’s neo-soul vocals and jazz inspired tracks have been played on Radio 1 & 1XTRA. She has played festivals including Glastonbury and is musical director of a DJ collective and choir.
Ngaio is also a multi disciplinary artist and journalist, working on filming projects with Netflix and BBC.
Jack is a grime MC and rapper.
He has released three albums and worked with MCs including Eyez, Hitman and Jammz and has performed at venues including Motion and Lakota as well as Love Saves the Day Festival.
In 2019 he became the first Bristolian to make it onto Lord of the Mics, a project by grime artist Jammer of recorded ‘clashes’ between MCs.
Omari is a Bristol based producer and DJ.
As a grime producer he has worked with Spyro and Lil Nasty, as well as being featured by Stormzy on his Beats show playlist.
He has made several releases through prestigious Coyote Records and worked alongside Bristol grime crew Cheese & Bread.
Alex is a performer, composer, and producer.
Alex has worked with Charles Hazlewood, PJ Harvey, Bibio (Warp Records), The Terra Collective, Aardman Animations, and the BBC among many others.
Alex has been working as a community musician for over 18 years, working with a wide range of organisations from all over the UK.
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How to book
Enrolment is managed through our online registration portal, SpeedAdmin. Enrolling via SpeedAdmin should be straightforward, but if you should have difficulty, here are some useful steps to follow.
- Click the enrol button on this page to access the SpeedAdmin enrolment page.
- If you already have a SpeedAdmin account, please login to your existing one to avoid multiple accounts being created.
- Follow the steps on SpeedAdmin to complete your registration including: course selection, student details, payer details.
- When complete, we will be in touch to arrange payment for your chosen ensemble.
Music is for everyone, regardless of background or circumstance. Bristol Beacon offers a variety of bursaries and subsidised instrumental opportunities for children and young people in Bristol schools.
Find out about our range of bursaries, eligibility criteria, how to apply and start your musical journey with us today.
Access Creative College
Getting to the venue
Location: Access Creative College is located on All Saints’ St in Bristol City Centre, just off Broadmead.
Bicycle racks can be found on the streets nearby. Find your nearest cycle routes using Cycle Planner.
There is limited on-street parking available outside the College and paid parking available next to the venue at the NCP Car Park (All Saints Street).
Bristol Clean Air Zone
Access Creative College is inside the Bristol Clean Air Zone. View a map of the Zone and check if your vehicle will be charged.
The closest bus stops are Nelson Street (100m) and Union Street (160m).
Access Creative College is an accessible space with step-free access and a lift to the main teaching spaces.
There are accessible toilets.
Registered assistance dogs and emotional support animals are allowed in the college.
There is no induction loop facility at this venue.
Join our access register to help us, help you to have an enjoyable visit.