Secondary School Music Production CPD & Networking Event, Monday 23rd April 2018, 6pm-8pm
We are excited to announce our first secondary music network event, which will focus on Practical Applications Of Logic Pro X & Ableton Live. The session is free to attend and will be full of hands on activities and ideas sharing, as well as drinks and pizza on us. If you would like to attend, let us know as spaces are limited.
2018 Friends of The Foundation at Kindred Studios
Come and celebrate at The Rhythm Studio Foundation's Friends of The Foundation fundraising dinner with a fantastic evening of food and music. At Kindred Studios, our new, exciting and undiscovered venue, enjoy drinks and canapes in the stunning top floor gallery space with live acoustic music followed by a delicious dinner and a silent and live auction.
The Rhythm Studio Foundation Scholarship is an annual award that provides the opportunity for young people to receive funded tuition at The Rhythm Studio over the course of three terms. The level of financial support available ranges from 100% funded scholarship places to bursary awards that result in a 50% reduction in tuition fees
RS bands 6:45 (pictured above) and 1 Up 2 Down, will take the stage at Bush Hall alongside acts from schools across West London on 24th January. Guest judges Gareth Malone (The Choir), Paul Stewart (The Feeling), Guy Chambers (Robbie Williams) and Sam Hall (DJ Goldierocks) will decide which band deserves a recording session courtesy Decca Records. Tickets are onsale here (£5 adults and FREE for under 18s) - come and support our bands at one of London's finest music venues!
The RSF Local Legends 004 - Music Producers evening with Martin Terefe (Producer Kensaltown Studios – KT Tunstall, Shawn Mendes, Jason Mraz, Cat Stevens) and Catherine J. Marks (Producer – The Killers, Kanye West, PJ Harvey, MIA, Wolf Alice)
The Rhythm Studio Foundation's Local Legends series showcases the incredibly talented, successful and innovative men and women of the music industry who live and work in the local neighbourhood of North West and West London. They are performers, producers, DJs, label bosses, songwriter, technology innovators and promoters. The fourth event in the series will focus on two leading producers Martin Terefe and Catherine J. Marks.
An intimate setting at Kensaltown’s recording studio, the format is informal where guests are invited to share stories of how it all began for them, the ups and downs of their journey to the top and what keeps them there.
Hosted by Jack Horner, RSF Trustee and founder of FRUKT, this will be honest and revealing and you’ll get a chance to ask questions. There will also be live performances and a chance to mingle later after the Q&A session is over.
Catherine J Marks – Producer, Mixer, Engineer
Catherine is a Producer, Engineer and Mixer, winner of breakthrough producer of the year at the 2016 MPG Awards and Grammy nominated for Wolf Alice “Moaning Lisa Smile”. Having worked closely with legendary producers Alan Moulder and Flood in the past, she now has over 10 years of experience working in studios all over the world. Her production, mixing and engineering credits include Wolf Alice, Sunset Sons, Foals, Alex Winston, PJ Harvey, Champs, Frank Carter and The Rattlesnakes, Howling Bells, Kanye West, Ian Brown, MIA, Placebo, Ride, Killers and Mr Hudson.
Martin Terefe – Producer, Songwriter, Musician
Martin’s reputation has grown out of word-of-the-mouth recommendations from the artists he’s worked with in his sprawling West London studio, Kensaltown. His client list now includes Jason Mraz, Train, Cat Stevens (Yusuf), Jamie Cullum, KT Tunstall, James Morrison and Shawn Mendez.
Each act should prepare to play one song at the prelims. Participants must be 11-18 years old and live or go to school in the Triborough area.
- Monday 13th November – Westminster Academy (WCC)
- Tuesday 14th November – Chelsea Academy (RBKC)
- Wednesday 15th November – Hammersmith Academy (LBHF)
The final will take place at one of London's most celebrated music venues Bush Hall on 24th January 2017.
If you would like to enter, contact The Rhythm Studio.
Our friends from LA “We Are Thomasse” are visiting The Rhythm Studio on Sunday 1st October for a one-off workshop during their European tour. Learn from the viral British-American sketch duo how to produce high quality, digital content on any budget. Find out more and look a place here.
Our new weekly open mic night launches next week on Thursday 28th September and will take place every week during term-time. Young musicians aged 14 yrs + are invited to jam their tracks and network with the RS community. There’s no need to book, just come along and sign up when you arrive if you would like to perform.
End of term gig for our junior and academy bands, plus some solo performers. Make sure you talk to you teacher so you know which gig you'll be at!
The Rhythm Studio invites you to a community event at Kensington & Chelsea College to support the many people affected by the Grenfell Tower disaster. As well as live music from The Rhythm Studio's artists, there will be food, refreshments, face-painting, an exhibition student artwork and the chance to contribute to community mural.
Line Up, 29th June 2017, 3pm-6pm
2.45pm - DJs Minor Legends
3.15pm - Shamime Ibrahim, fresh from her performance at Hollywood Bowl with Jason Mraz, will be compering the show and dropping some beatbox wizardry.
3.20pm - Astra
3.40pm - 1 Up 2 Down
4.00pm - Tiarnan
4.20pm - Myla
4.40pm - Kelly
5.00pm - 6:45
5.20pm - Cosima and Bruno
5.40pm - Stepbrother
Location: Kensington & Chelsea College, Wornington Road, London, W10 5QQ
The Rhythm Studio Presents Stepbrother Single Launch Party with support from RS bands.
On 1st February Jack Horner, Founder of FRUKT and trustee to The Rhythm Studio Foundation, will host the second instalment of RSF Local Legends. The series offers intimate evenings ‘in conversation’ with the incredibly talented, successful and innovative men and women who live in our neighbourhood. Despite world-wide fame and influence - you can also find them in the local pubs and coffee shops. They are performers, producers, DJs, label bosses, fashion designers, technology innovators and promoters.
The format is an informal fireside chat in the excellent local Moncada Brewery - Jack will invite the guests to share stories of how it all began for them, the ups and downs of their journey to the top and what keeps them there. It will be honest and revealing, and you’ll get a chance to ask questions. RSF Local Legends Episode 2 features two iconic locals; BBC 6 Music DJ Don Letts and fashion designer Bella Freud.
All proceeds to The Rhythm Studio Foundation (registered charity number 1145472). This is a 16+ only. No alcohol will be served to under 18's. Wristbands provided.
Come and celebrate the Rhythm Studio Foundation’s 5th Anniversary with drinks and canapés in Tom Dixon’s stunning shop, live acoustic performances and delicious food upstairs at The Dock Kitchen. Tickets on sale here.