Girls rock, and a new Adelaide branch of the international Girls Rock!
Adelaide co-director Sianne van Abkoude says. Girls Rock!
Adelaide is part of girls in adelaide international network of camps that serve to empower girls, trans and non-binary young people through music and community-building. Globally, the Girls Rock!
Camp Alliance works as a vehicle for positive change, which the newly-founded Adelaide branch hopes to drive at a local girls in adelaide. Scheduled for the July school holidays, the inaugural week-long program adelaaide campers aged to learn an instrument of their choice guitar, drums, bass, synth or vocals and hone their skills alongside new bandmates.
girl Over the week, they write a song together to be performed at girls in adelaide showcase on the final day. Sianne says the program aims to instill the idea in young girls, trans and non-binary young people that they can make music and form a band, and that there is space for them within the music community to be able girls in adelaide do so.
In turn that leads to girls in adelaide stronger community and much more interesting music industry. Women and non-binary musicians remain underpaid and girls in adelaide represented on airwaves and on stages across the country, with music made by men being adelzide as likely to receive radio airplay. Such data highlights ongoing concerns about how women and gender diverse people are represented within the Australian music community, and raises questions of the barriers to participation.
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Community and camaraderie are at the very heart of Girls Rock! Proceeds from the all-ages gig will help fund the first Girls Rock!
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