Music Free-Learning

Audio-visual education, innovative and sustainable solution in the arts sector.

Educational content and arts and culture e-learning modules for learners. An innovative “free-learning” approach introduces and trains our target markets to learn in a smarter way through the ever-improving internet and online technologies.

  • Opportunities in education for performers
  • Empowering educational resources
  • Inspiration through online learning,

Developed by Struan Douglas and Vusi Mchunu of Sausage Film Company. Find the full syllabus Here

Production and Distribution Team

Sausage Film Company is based in Gauteng, but is active throughout Southern Africa, and growing partnerships in North America and Europe.

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Sausage Film Company

Programme Director
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Music Business Intelligence

Tshwane Distribution
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Jazz Yard Academy Cape Town

Cape Town Distributor

Special thanks to our sponsors

Sausage Film Company is based in Gauteng and has received tremendous support from the following sponsors to bring out this Music Free-Learning series

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Department Sports Arts and Culture

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Gauteng Tourism Authority

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Department Small Business Development


About Music Free-Learning

The pilot 8 Episodes for this project took concrete form through a shoe-string budget and funding from the Department of Sports, Arts and Culture and was a success in building innovative and sustainable solutions in the arts sector, particularly in response to the lockdown crisis.

We offered performing artists and cultural works opportunity in the education space, thereby alleviatingloss of revenue during lockdown; the empowering educational resources provided inspiration and the online learning, taught new techniques.

Music Free-learning is quality multi-media task based education material for scholars and students, institutions and schools, filling the dire needfor quality South African music and culture education material.

South African Jazz90%
Culture and Heritage90%
Traditional Music75%
Music Rights Industry80%
Music & Politics90%
Music & Self Development85%