The Digital Technology Group (DTG) is open to young people aged 12–20.
DTG is an opportunity to produce your own music, either individually or as part of a group. Come and use the well-equipped Candide Discovery Studio to record, write and perform grime, rock, hip-hop, classical, or any style you like.
The Candide Discovery Studio has 10 Apple iMac computers with a range of audio software including Pro Tools, Logic, Reason, Garageband and Sibelius. In addition to this a good selection of microphones, acoustic and electric instruments are available for recording. Two rehearsal rooms are also available with access to PAs, recording equipment and many instruments.
DTG meets Mondays 4pm–7pm during school term time.
DTG Showcase curated by James Moriarty, 31 July 2016. Photos by Kevin Leighton.
Arts Award is a range of unique qualifications that support anyone up to the age of 25 grow as artists and arts leaders, inspiring them to connect with and take part in the wider arts world.
Digital Technology Group
Arts Award Explore is for young people aged 7–25 years, and is an Entry Level 3 Qualification which takes around 25 hours to complete. Digital Technology Group workshops can be used towards the following elements of Arts Award Explore:
Digital Technology Group workshops could also fulfil part of the requirements for Arts Award Bronze, which is available to young people aged 11 to 25.
To find out more about Arts Award click here.
The LSO Digital Technology Group is generously supported by the Slaughter and May Charitable Trust.