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Chvrches save female rock school after loss of funding
    2018-04-11  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

苏格兰电子流行音乐乐队资助有意进入音乐产业的女生 Chvrches have donated money to a project which encourages girls to get into the music industry after it lost its funding.

Girls Rock Glasgow failed to secure sponsorship from Creative Scotland — which led to concerns its summer school wouldn’t go ahead this year.

Lead singer Lauren Mayberry said the project shows girls there are “options for them” in the music industry.

She added, “We were really happy to help in even a tiny way.”

Girls Rock Glasgow, which started in 2014, is an organization which runs a summer school where girls can learn instruments, form a band, make art and merchandise.

Lauren said the band wanted to help because on tour it’s a “predominantly* male society and that’s not reflective of the world is like at large.”

“When we play at venues or festivals and things, you pretty much never see female crews or female session musicians.

“This camp is really cool because it shows girls these are options for them. Those choices should start from the grassroots up.”

(SD-Agencies)

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