The Worcester Music Festival team, now more so than ever, is aiming to nurture musical passions and interests through their line-up of workshops available over the festival weekend. The workshops cater to a wide range of musical interests – offering everything from a young rocker’s disco to a ukulele beginner’s class – and with all ages and abilities being catered to across these workshops, the team are ensuring that this year’s festival not only has something for everyone, but also that it is very much an event for the whole family.

Over the course of the weekend the festival will play host to the Express Yourself Choir – who will introduce pop songs as you have never before heard them – and various sing- and dance-a-long workshops for children.

The Sing Along With Eve session will cater to a 7 – 15 year old age range, while the Little Monsters That Rock workshop is open to crawlers and walkers alike, providing they can move in time to some of the rock genre’s most iconic power ballads.

While in the previous years the festival has striven to deliver the best of local music to the masses, this year there is a greater goal to make this more than just a music festival, and the ever-growing workshop line up is one method of achieving that. The workshops, that have become a much-loved element of the festival line-up in previous years, will give attendees the means to develop their existing musical skills or even discover new ones, allowing festival-goers to take so much more than good memories away from the weekend.

Anthony Robbins, Festival Director, commenting that: ‘While our main focus has always been to bring live music to local audiences, this year the development of musical skills and abilities, which we can promote through these workshops, has become a key focus for the team as well.’

‘Enhancing and developing musical skills has become an integral element of the Music Festival’s ethos and these workshops will allow us to develop on that.

Please register early to avoid disapointment as places on each workshop is limited.

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