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A Short Film About Vocalize


A Short Film About Vocalize

WOW, last week a small documentary was made about the students of the Vocalise Crew who are Peterborough’s 1st young persons BeatBox ensemble.  Supported by Beat This they were awarded by the High Sheriff of Cambridgeshire and received some funding to participate in specialist music mentoring workshops.

Last year the students performed for her Majesty’s Diamond Jubilee in 2012 at Burghley House, the annual Peterborough Volunteer Awards at the Town Hall and at the prestigious Business In The Community Awards at Hengrave Hall.

The Vocalize Crew showing them how its done

The Vocalize Crew at the BITC Awards in 2012

“The Vocalize Crew are an amazing inspiration to the community of the surrounding area of Peterborough.” – Skilly Skillz, Mentor – Beat This.

This is their first music video and acoustic session, because of funding they only have a limited amount of time to spend together training.

The video was recorded at Chime Creation Centre

Supported by Beat This C.I.C and Cross Keys Homes


Mentors – Skilly Skillz & Di Nash
Ages from 12 to 20yrs
Backing music by : Jessie J 

There are more members to the group and it continues to grow and grow.
If you would like more details on how to get involved you can contact Skilly Skillz