All about the voice

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Banbury music artist Aurora J Young has teamed up with Ryan Mold, the manager for town centre music hot spot Rock the Atic, to offer vocal training to students of all ages and abilities.

Each ten-week course will be tailored to the individual student and culminate in a recording at Bank Cottage Studio with platinum selling producer George Shilling.

And they are offering the chance for one person to win a place on the course for free by entering a competition online.

Aurora said: “Students will get the opportunity to learn in a cool, calm and relaxing environment at a very convenient location in the centre of town and also give them the vibe and experience of performing at a genuine live music venue.

“Working in partnership with Rock the Atic means that we can work together to develop and promote local emerging talent, something which Ryan and I feel very passionately about.”

In addition to setting up the course, Aurora has been busy working on her own return to the live music scene, with upcoming gigs lined up at venues around Banbury.

The last six years have seen her selected as a top unsigned artist by BBC Introducing, as well as opening Cornbury Music Festival.

To find out how to enter the competition, visit: www.aurorajyoung.co.uk. Photo of Aurora and Ryan by Richard Wakefield.