Pop Brixton lit up this Saturday with performances from Lambeth emerging music talent. Music Masters, Raw Material, SGS and Groove School gave it their best – from classical to hip hop and dub vibes, all showing some of the best new talent developing in Lambeth, from 11 year DJ’s and dancers, to rappers and singers and a full orchestra, all under one roof.
Earlier in the day Kinetico Bloco roused up Black Cultural Archives and spread their beats out across Windrush Square, all part of Lambeth Music Week and the Music Network programme.
Included in the activities catch the debate on Thursday 24 at the Southbank centre 2-5pm where we will be exploring how music works with young people in challenging circumstances- Raw Material will be focussing on our work in mental health.

The Lambeth Music Festival is back with 3,000 young musicians and artists performing in ten concerts at the Royal Festival Hall and many others!

Lambeth Music network celebrates diversity of music in the borough of Lambeth, bringing together a huge variety of young people to showcase their musical talents. The events this year include live music, DJ sets from Raw Material, Kinetika bloco, Groove School, London Music Matters and School Ground Sounds.

This year BBC’s the Voice finalist Lara Lee and beatboxing champion Bellatrix will be among the festivals special guests at the Southbank centre, which will host performances for primary school kids, with up to 1,800 performing.

The Lambeth Music Festival Southbank Centre performances are on March 15,15, 22, 23 and 24. Local performances are on at March 19 at Black Cultural Archives and Pop Brixton.

More information go to www.lambethmusic.co.uk and Lambethmusicnetwork.co.uk

 

 

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