We are getting ready for the World’s First 5G Music lesson with Jamie Cullum on June 25th – see the details here.
Here are some further details of how you can follow the event, win prizes, and watch the event on the night – all while supporting the work of Music for All.
- Get free VIP tickets for the event!
- Meet Jamie’s 5G Band!
- Win signed albums and tickets for The Who at Wembley Stadium
- Watch the event live online on 25th June!
This event is brought to you by the Music for All charity and made possible thanks to the kind support of the following partners:
King’s College London
University of Bristol Smart Internet Lab
Royal Birmingham Conservatoire
Yamaha Music Europe
City of London Corporation: City View
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And of course we are delighted to be working with Jamie Cullum.
Get Free VIP Tickets to attend the event
Be one of 10 VIP guests at London’s historic Roman Amphitheatre to experience Jamie Cullum hosting the world’s first 5g Music Lesson and be part of music making history as he performs with his band who will be in Bristol and Birmingham. To take part, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org by 5pm on Sunday 23rd June with your name, mobile number, and confirmation that if chosen you will definitely attend the event in London at 6:30pm next Tuesday 25th June. Winners will be informed on Saturday morning.
Watch the event live
We are pleased to announce that you will be able to watch the event live! Just follow the Music for All Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/musicforallcharity/ and be ready to watch the livestream starting at 7pm on Tuesday 25th June.
Win signed Jamie Cullum albums and tickets for The Who at Wembley Stadium
Also don’t forget to support Music for All by buying your tickets for our online raffle for signed Jamie Cullum albums and tickets to see The Who at Wembley Stadium: https://jamie5gmusicforall.zaffo.com/#/ticket-select
Or if you’d just like to make a donation to Music for All, see here https://musicforall.org.uk/donate-fundraise/
Meet Jamie’s 5G Band
• Lexi Milligan – Vocals
• Jeremy Levif – Guitar and Vocals
• Rosie Patton – Vocals and saxophone
• Jakob Terry – Drums
• Taylor Paisley-French – Keyboards and vocals
• Alyson Knott – Bass
About Lexi Milligan – Vocals:
“My name is Lexi, I’m 22, recently graduated from the University of Manchester with a BA in Drama and currently working as a headhunter in London. I have been involved with music for most of my life – playing violin, piano and singing in various groups. I have most recently done a few small jazz gigs and enjoy playing and writing music regularly with a couple of good friends.”
Lexi’s thoughts on our 5G music lesson:
“I am super excited to have been chosen to perform in the 5G event! It’s such a pleasure to be performing with the other very talented musicians as well as Jamie himself (who has been one of my favourite artists for the last decade). This is such a good opportunity to perform to a wider audience so I can’t wait!”
And here’s a video of Lexi in action:
“Hi! My name is Jeremy Levif and I am a 28-year old singer-songwriter. Originally from Lyon in France, I moved to Scotland where I work as a Languages Teacher during the week and play live gigs at weekends. Music and playing live are a huge passion of mine, which I feel so grateful to be able to do in my free time.”
Thoughts on 5G Live with Jamie:
“Jamie Cullum has been a driving inspiration in my music journey since I was 19 years old. I could not be more grateful and over the moon to be part of such a ground-breaking and charitable project, involving one of my all-time musical heroes. “
Video of Jeremy performing his original song “I’m not gonna lie” from his debut album “Come Hail or Storm” (2017, available on Spotify, Deezer, iTunes)
(Video by @ Petrus Photography )
Find out more about Jeremy at his Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/jeremylevifmusic/
(Photo by @Cyril Alister Lestage)
About Rosie Patton – Vocals and saxophone
About me: “Originally from the New Forest, I am currently studying Commercial Music at Bath Spa university, which is where I met the incredible musicians that make up my band ‘Jealous Tina’. I come from a background of jazz bands, choirs, musical theatre and orchestras but moving forward am now combining my love for songwriting, singing and saxophone. Drawing my main influences from jazz, soul, hip-hop and lo-fi music, I enjoy writing my own material, however am currently also a part of several other projects both in and outside of university (Doghouse Outhouse on Spotify, and KUMO on SoundCloud) where I love having the freedom of being able to groove on saxophone within other peoples tunes. My plan for the foreseeable future is to keep playing, keep writing and enjoy every second. Instagram: @rosie_p_music”
Rosie in action:
About Jakob Terry – Drums
“I play drums as a member of various youth ensembles including; Worcestershire Youth Jazz Orchestra, Royal Birmingham Conservatoire Juniors, and National Youth Jazz Collective. I have just completed my A Levels and am planning on moving to London next year for university where I am really excited to develop my playing and share my love for music.”
About the 5G Music Lesson:
“The opportunity to play alongside Jamie Cullum is unbelievable! I feel extremely privileged to be taking part in such an incredible project. I hope that 5G can provide such exciting and inspiring opportunities to all musicians across the world. “
About Taylor Paisley-French – Keyboards and vocals
About me: “Pursuing a successful music career has been my dream since I can remember. I learnt to play by ear as a young boy, and started writing my own songs as a teen after I adopted singing! Now 22, I’m still writing and distributing original material, just as driven and motivated as when I first began!”
Video of Taylor in action:
Thoughts on Jamie’s band: “Jamie Cullum has been such an influence on how I play and sing, that to actually work with him is a major shock to the system! Each member that has been selected for the 5G band are clearly top level musicians! I can’t wait to step up and see where this opportunity takes us all!”
About Alyson Knott – Bass
About me: “I am a 20 year old bassist from West Bromwich, near Birmingham. I have always been passionate about music and realised that I wanted to pursue with it in my studies throughout high school and University. I was heavily involved in local music services where I developed my musicianship and now I’m studying a degree in music, hoping to push myself into the world of music therapy. Of course, I still love to perform; I frequently take part in concerts with community orchestras and pit band for theatrical productions.”
Thoughts on Jamie’s 5G band: “I think it’s a fantastic idea. Jamie’s enthusiasm for this project is seriously contagious! He has inspired musicians, including, to step out and take part in something huge and revolutionary in today’s technological advances. It will be a brilliant experience and eye-opening opportunity to work with other musicians around the UK and develop my own musical abilities.”