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An Introduction to Beatboxing

‘An Introduction to Beatboxing’ is a 6 week course funded by Arts Council England and is offered to your school free of charge. The course will teach young people the fundamentals of creating an accapella ensemble performance using beatboxing, singing and rapping, culminating in a group performance and a professionally produced album of the art work that they produce.

The workshops will consist of 4 x 2 hour sessions and 2 x 4 hour sessions and will be led
by Main Artist Renegrade, alongside Pastoral Support Worker Steph Peet, Support Artists Bass Ventura and Kofi.

Renegrade is a professional beatbox performer and workshop facilitator. In collaboration with 20 Stories High, he successfully delivered ‘An Introduction to Beatboxing’ in the final term of the 2018-19 school year at The Academy of St Francis of Assisi, Liverpool. Music curriculum links include:

  • JOCR GSCE (9-1) in MUSIC (J356) Musical Elements, Composing and Performing. Area of study 1, Voice – Including styles such as rapping and beatboxing.
  • EDEXCEL GCSE (9-1) MUSIC (1MU0) Components 1 Performing and 2 Composing.

‘An Introduction to Beatboxing’ aims to enable young people to develop performing skills individually and in groups to communicate musically with fluency and control, broaden musical experience and interests, develop imagination and foster creativity and to develop knowledge, understanding and the skills needed to communicate effectively as musicians.

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Type of offer:

Visit into school Training opportunity for young person Young people’s opportunity to make, create, compose, or perform

Key Stages:




Session length:

2 hours



Nature of activity or art form:

Music Theatre

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Outcomes for children & young people:

Improved mental health and well-being Raised aspirations Raised attainment Social skills Future work: careers/employability skills


Renegrade Beatbox


A PA system, 3 Microphones, a Loop Station and Full Recording Equipment will be provided by the artists. A room big enough for a maximum of 15 students will be needed.

For a more detailed document containing information regarding the course please email