Set to be THE multi purpose, music education and training institute as well as the place to hang out to meet musicians that will be the Next Big Thing, Heath Mill Studios are a creative hub we'd like to shout about! Located in Birmingham’s burgeoning industrial and creative quarter Digbeth, Heath Mill Studios sits in the heart of Birmingham’s music scene, just round the corner from the Custard Factory and a short walk from the city centre (not to mention a handy 2 minute walk away from the Furore Office!)
Boasting an eighty capacity performance space, six rehearsal rooms and two recording studios, Heath Mill Studios is a multi purpose, music education and training institute for students, musicians and members of the general public too. Its cool and colourful premises are home to two of the UK's leading music education and training organisations for people who want to get involved the music industry; Armstrong Learning and their education business; Access to Music.
Armstrong Learning not only provides employability skills, mentoring and creative industry advice but help people find sustained employment to assist their creative aspirations. Specialist advisers offer bespoke advice and insights to thousands of people about all aspects of working in the music industry; from promotion, networking, CVs and employment to action planning and business issues, Armstrong Learning at Heath Mill Studios are the people to talk to!
Armstrong Learning manage the UK’s leading provider of popular music education, training and consultancy; Access to Music. Recently upped-sticks after 12 years at Snow Hill, Access to Music have helped thousands of people so far on their journeys to employment, and we're delighted to work with them to help them continue thier amazing achievements.
Access to Music currently offer a huge range of industry-recognised qualifications, including Advanced Apprenticeships and Further Education courses, but will be expanding their services into practical employability and work force training, holding weekly informative lectures and even an under 18’s gig night and incentive competitions too! For more information head to their Open Day, 11am-2pm on Saturday 14th May!
Access to Music have helped students become self-employed, make it to the charts (famous Alumni include such artists as DJ Ironik and Adam Anderson from Hurts!) or find employment at huge record labels including Polydor and Futureproof, and at other music organisations like DJ magazine.
|Adam, on the right|
For more information about the launch, open day or music courses on offer, visit Access to Music online or drop Director Graeme Howell a line (you can find his details on the ATM website).