Online Adventure Day for Girls 10 – 15
Saturday 6th March
10:00AM – 4:30PM
Tickets: £10*

*25% Sibling Discount. We have a limited number of free tickets available for low income families.

Request a place

Come and join us for a fun online experience day. With our partners we have put together an exciting programme of online activities for girls 10 – 15 years old. Each session lasts 45 minutes and we have space for up to 15 girls per session. 75% of places reserved for girls living in the north of England.


‘Scratch Music Band’ – Fun computer coding to make music with Conductive Music

No instrument required

Revolutionise your perspective on computer coding! In these fun, interactive sessions you will learn how to create melodies, chords, rhythms and even animations using the online ‘Scratch’ app.

Tutors – Enrico Bertelli and Dr. Yui Shikakura

Graphic Scores with Lara and Megan (J Frisco)

No instrument required

We’ll be exploring music making and composing in new and exciting ways responding to images, symbols and graphics. All you need is some blank paper and some coloured pens or pencils. Please let us know if you don’t have access to these things but would still like to join the session.

Tutors – Lara Jones and Megan Roe

Exploring fun ways to approach improvising and composing using the outdoors and nature from your doorstep! – Creative Heights

Session 1 will include getting some fresh air and taking observations in nature from your garden, yard or doorstep. We will then (session 2) experiment musically with our observations, looking at different ways to improvise and compose!

Tutors – Sylvie Heath and Helena Summerfield

BlueJam Arts

‘Interpreting Jazz standards – BlueJam Arts

Reading music not required

In these sessions Bryony will explore how to interpret (sing or play) the tune in a way that suits you and Jilly will give tips on how to create accompaniments that are easy to play but still sound exciting!

Tutors – Jilly Jarman and Bryony Jarman-Pinto

‘Storytelling’- Women in Jazz Media

No musical instrument required
An exciting first experience of how to use different types of media as a tool for storytelling in the Jazz world – photography, presenting, podcasts and creative writing.

The girls will develop confidence in their communication skills and explore the power and impact of their own ideas. There will be 4 different sessions covering different aspects of storytelling in music journalism – photography, journalism, podcasting and social media. Each session is standalone.

Tutors – Hannah Davis and Warren Woodcraft (Photography specialism) Ashaine White and Fiona Ross (Journalism / multi-media specialism)

About the day

Storytelling – there will be 4 different sessions covering different aspects of storytelling in music journalism – photography, journalism, podcasting and social media. Each session is standalone.

All other sessions consist of two parts with morning and afternoon sessions giving the girls the chance to have a better and deeper experience of the individual topic and make more progress on the day. Please note that participants will not be able to do all of the sessions on this camp.

Picture of the timetable for the Jazz Camp for Girls day on 6 March 2021

Request a place

To request a place for the day please choose your child’s preferred session options and then complete the online form. Individual session sizes will be limited to 15 girls max to ensure the best experience for the girls. If the option you are requesting has filled up then we will, if space available, suggest an alternative.

75% of places are reserved for girls living in the north of England.

Ticket request form:

Once we can confirm your place we will ask you to make an online payment of £10. We are offering a 25% discount for siblings and we also have a number of free ticket bursaries if needed. We also have a limited number of free ticket bursaries for low income families. Please use the notes section of the form to ask about these or any other questions.

Need help?

You can use the ticket request form to ask any questions. This form goes to our project manager Helena Summerfield and she will be back in touch to confirm your request and answer any

About Jazz Camp for Girls

Jazz Camp for Girls is inspired by an original project created by JazzDanmark and Copenhagen Jazz Festival to address the gender inbalance in jazz. The Danish version is now in 8th year and runs for one week simultaneously in 16 cities around Denmark. Our 5 year goal is to build up a UK Jazz Camp for Girls by adding new partners each year.