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From The Lab

Starts Fall 2019

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From The LAB

From The Lab is a creative opportunity for area high school and first year college musicians, deejays, producers and songwriters to create and record original music. Participants will learn recording and production techniques from national producers/artists/deejays, how to market their music and network with other young artists in the St. Louis area. They will have the opportunity to record original works at professional recording studios and receive helpful information on how to be an artistic entrepreneur.

From The LAB is designed to give its participants the opportunity to study and explore the richness of their inner-potential through a three-step formula of EXPOSING, EXPERIENCING and EXECUTING. It is the intentions of this program to inform and educate participants about songwriting, recording and entrepreneurship in the arts through creative sessions, live studio recordings, performance and networking opportunities.

From The Lab is a (5) five week program that will meet on Sunday afternoons from 1pm to 3pm starting in the fall at:

Jazz St. Louis
3536 Washington Avenue St. Louis, MO 63103

Participants are responsible for their own transportation. Light snacks and refreshments will be provided. This program is free for all participants that are selected. Apply Below. Application Deadline is September 6, 2019.


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With 'From The Lab,' artist Lamar Harris hopes to impact young St. Louis musicians

BY CHARLENE OLDHAM JULY 30, 2019 11:13 AM

The first of two five-week sessions is scheduled to start in September, and Harris is already accepting applications on his website. A lab is a place that provides an opportunity for experimentation, observation, or practice in a particular field of study. Artist and educator Lamar Harris was “shocked and overwhelmed” by the talent local high school students have shown in The Lab that he created. (Click to continue)