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Event date: 
05 June 2020
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We're very happy to welcome female bass legend Divinity Roxx back at ICMP for an Online Q&A.

Divinity worked as a bass player with artists such as Beyonce, Jay-Z, Will.I.Am or Erykah Badu. She played the Grammys, Saturday Night Live, Ellen, American Music Awards etc. and is also writing her own music combining virtuosic bass playing with an eclectic mash-up of hip-hop, rock and funk that she calls ‘Alternative Soul’. Her debut album 'Impossible' was released in 2016, received an Independent Music Award for 'Best Spoken Word Album' and featured her mentor and bass legend Victor Wooten on one song.

You will hear Divinity in conversation with our bass tutor Dave Troke. He is a well-known session player himself and has worked with artists such as John Newman or Professor Green and went on tour with the Spice Girls last year.

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Shake rooms and arenas with your Bass

As a bassist, you’ll know that mastering the four-string is harder than it looks – but at ICMP, we’ve been training the best for over three decades. You’ll get to lock in with a faculty of top-class tutors, learning not only the secrets behind a great groove and performance, but also the business, music theory, production, marketing and additional skills you’ll need to get noticed. As an ICMP student, you’ll also join a community of new collaborators, friends, and industry contacts – and access our amazing rehearsal rooms, gear, masterclasses, industry events, and recording studios.

To start your music career today, email our friendly Admissions Team at or give them a call on 020 7328 0222.

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