Making Music Live - Young Warriors back on the Gold Coast



Gold Coast, Queensland: Gold Coast City Council in conjunction with Young Warriors Australia today announced the relaunched dates for their great Band Program, Making Music Live. Originally postponed due to COVID back in April this year. This fun FREE 2-week program provides aspiring Teenage musicians with the experience of rehearsing, playing in a band, performing in a Live Gig, plus a whole lot more. Registrations will be open on our website https://www.youngwarriors.com.au/ to reserve your place at the initial Orientation and Jam sessions.

“We have some very special guests that will be involved, so don’t miss out on this great opportunity,” says Dom, Event Coordinator at Recreational Music Australia.

· ALL Backline equipment will be supplied

· ALL Musical Abilities Welcome

· Open to Ages 13-17

Making Music Live will be available for registrations up to the cutoff date the 8th of January 2021. Remember it is FREE and numbers will be limited so get in early. If had registered previously pre-April 2020, you will need to reregister.

For Full Details and to register visit https://www.youngwarriors.com.au/

About Young Warriors: Young Warriors is all about providing professionally supervised and mentored programs, which provide opportunities for youth to participate in live music. Experienced industry people mentor the musicians, through to performance with all backline equipment provided.

Active music-making has been shown to provide significant benefits to participants. Young people can greatly benefit from making music together in a band.

Among the individual benefits that collective music-making provides are confidence, development of a sense of aesthetics, teamwork, problem-solving skills and deep focus, discipline, striving for excellence, leadership, determination, self-worth, perseverance, cooperation and coexistence, competitive spirit, and academic success.”

These benefits can disseminate to families too and that many studies have revealed that music-making can have benefits to a student’s overall learning and behavior


Being a part of a musical program can make young people develop a heightened sense of self-esteem.