Songwriters’ Session and Open Mic
The Gallery of Modern Art hold a monthly Open Mic night for young songwriters to perform their original material!
About Songwriters’ Session and Open Mic
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A chance for young songwriters to perform their original material in front of a considerate audience, in the inspiring setting of the Gallery of Modern Art.
Age 15 - 25 years.
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