Launch of new rock project

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An arts group for young people is branching out to include a to piece together a rock music extravaganza and choir at Bridlington Spa.

ReMarkable Arts are appealing to new recruits for their latest project, which will combine a rock orchestra and rock choir.

Rebecca Howley, who runs ReMarkable Art with her husband Mark, said the project is an excellent opportunity for youngsters to further their passion for playing instruments and singing.

“It will culminate in a huge rock night in the Bridlington Spa’s Royal Hall on Saturday 23rd January 2016.

“It is open to young people aged 9-19 years old who sing, play an instrument or would like to have a go.

“The performance is in conjunction with the East Riding of Yorkshire Council, and will bring together local bands, choirs and music groups for the night.

“If you’re passionate about music, then this event is for you.”

Rehearsals for the project will take place every Friday, starting on October 30, from 4.30pm until 6.30pm, at the Function Junction on St John’s Avenue.

To enrol on the orchestra costs £12 and to join the choir costs £6, as the project is funded by Music4U.

ReMarkable Arts, formerly known as the ReMarkable Theatre Company, changed their name to reflect their branching out into further performing arts and musical projects.

For more information about the new project, contact Rebecca or Mark on 07812 344118 or find ReMarkable Arts on Facebook.