Supported Programs 

Soundhouse Music Alliance Special Access Kit Upgrade Project

 

The Soundhouse Special Access Kit with the Banana Keyboard was first invented in 1992 to assist those with disabilities to be able to access meaningful music making. The cornerstone was the design of the Banana Keyboard. Read more.

 

 

 


Young Warriors

Young Warriors is a guided and mentored program that enables youth to participate in safe and nurturing music making experiences in groups.

Young Warriors is a new program with the aim of getting young people involved recreationally in making music. It’s a six-eight or ten-week program (dependant on the setting) providing aspiring musicians aged 12-19 with the experience of rehearsing, playing in a band and performing in live gigs. Read more.

 

 


Up the Guts – Regional Rock 'n' Roll Tour

The Soundhouse Music Alliance in partnership with the Australian Music Association has made a grant to the Up The Guts Tour in 2017.

Up The Guts 2017 will involve 12 school workshops presented by the organisers, performers and crew members of the tour and co-sponsored by APRA/ACMOS and a variety of other partners. Aiming to reach upwards of 1000 young Australians nationwide, these sessions will give invaluable insight into performance, navigating the music industry and how to effectively use equipment/technology in today’s musical landscape. In pursuit of our mission, Soundhouse is pleased to be able to assist in presenting these workshops in regional and indigenous communities. Read more.