The Curriculum

Industry ContextInsight to both
local and international entertainment industry.

 
DevelopmentRehearsal strategy and techniques.
Pre-ProductionProject management and targeted techniques for preparation for studio.
ProductionRecording and tracking techniques.
Post-ProductionContext and understanding.
Management & BusinessMonetisation, legal and publishing considerations, marketing and brand management.
Live PerformancePractical skills development, stagecraft and technical understanding


 

Africa Voices Live Performances

Africa Voices programme participants are given every opportunity to perform on international and local stages. These performances are both collaborative performances with other established artists and also dedicated Africa Voices concerts, which provide participants with a platform to showcase their accomplishments. These live performances are actively supported by the Fugard Theatre, University of Cape Town and The Project Room. 
 

AFRICA VOICES Resources

Participants involvement with the Africa Voices Trust does not end once they have completed the programme. The Africa Voices Team is available for past-participants should they need guidance, advice or support as they continue in their careers. We strive to make beneficial connections for our past participants within our music industry network and will always refer resultant employment or project involvement opportunities to them. We keep in touch with our past participants and invite them to further supplementary workshops which we may be hosting or make them aware of other educational events or opportunities that we may know of. In short, we endeavour to nurture a resource-filled supportive community environment and an open dialogue with all Africa Voices individuals as they progress on their journey, and will always do our best to assist them in any way we can.