5:15 pm - 6:30 pm
From raves to riots and revolutions, music has been used to shatter political and social norms and shake-up the status-quo. But people have also used it as a tool for manipulation and propaganda.
What makes music so powerful? And whose interests does it serve? After years of touring, playing and protesting, Dave Randall is here to talk about music and social change. From Beethoven to Beyoncé, from the Glastonbury Festival to the Arab Spring, Pop Idol to Trinidadian Carnival, Schoenberg to Skrillex, he finds political inspiration across the musical world and asks: how can we make music help ordinary people, rather than just a privileged few?
Join us at Muntpunt Library for a fascinating discussion on music and protest.
Listen, chat and debate with Dave Randall and other teens at this Full Circle TeenTalk.
Registration is compulsory.
TICKETS: €5 BOOK HERE
Location: Muntpunt. Place de la Monnaie 6, 1000 Bruxelles
Language: Talk & discussion is in English
Dave Randall is a guitarist, producer and composer, as well as a writer and political activist. He’s contributed to multi-million selling albums by Dido and toured the world a number of times performing with UK dance act Faithless. Playing credits include also Sinead O’Connor, Tom Jones, Emiliana Torrini, 1 Giant Leap, Passenger, Roland Gift, Tom Robinson Band and many others. He has played at most of the world’s major festivals and music TV shows.
Sound System – The Political Power of Music (2017)
Dave Randall’s website
Full Circle Teen Talks are an opportunity for young audiences (aged 14-18yrs) to interact – listen and talk – with inspiring and innovative thinkers and do-ers from around the world, on subjects relevant to you, in a relaxed context.