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Music mentors and music leaders

Jack from Rhythmix explores the difference.

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Network Newsletter

December edition of the Youth Music Network newsletter out now!

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Few can be the best, everyone can be exceptional

Exploring progression in early years.

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Musical inclusion in a PRU

Challenges of a rural area.

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'What do you think we should do?'

Exploring self-efficacy in Youth Music projects.

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Exploring outcomes

"It's not about changing your practice, it's about changing your approach....

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Youth Music's Arts Council funding confirmed

Read the review here.

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EMPowering young music producers

soundLINCS intern Sam blogs about a project visit.

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Progression routes for refugees and asylum seekers

Pathfinders toolkit from Fairbeats! Music

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Wise words for young musicians

The UVG share footage of their open rehearsal Q&A session

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Youth Music Evaluation Builder

Download tools to measure your intended outcomes.

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Westminster Education Forum seminar

Transcript of speech from Youth Music's Matt Griffiths.

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Welcome to the Youth Music Network

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Kick start your summer holiday with three days of music making, studio sessions, composing and recording techniques.
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Kick start your summer holiday with three days of music making, studio sessions, composing and recording techniques.
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Leeds College of Music is delighted to welcome the world renowned composer, writer and educator Paul Harris to deliver what will be a day full of ideas and encouragement for music educators, whatever your experience.
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Want to get adults and carers more engaged in early-years music-making?
Paraorchestra performing on stage in Qatar
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The MUSE Project is working to establish youth orchestras for disabled people in England and we’re changing our name to reflect this new focus for the organisation. But what should these youth orchestras and also the new organisation be called?
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Since 2006 Readipop has delivered three Urban Orchestra projects in conjunction with music services and has developed a model for musical inclusive work with young people. We have tried to mix the best of the 'urban' experience with the ethos of the orchestra to create something that is more the feel of a yarn bombed lamp post or an open...

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anita holford

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What is ‘quality’ in music work with children in challenging circumstances? Interview with Phil Mullen

A couple more links to do with Quality in music work and participatory arts practice: Communities of Music Education...

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Smackreth

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Musical inclusion in a Pupil Referral Unit - challenges of a rural area

Hello Heidi I'm coming to the NYMAZ next week in Thirsk - looking forward to meeting you and rubbing our heads together!

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Siggy Patchitt

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What is ‘quality’ in music work with children in challenging circumstances? Interview with Phil Mullen

Julie, I would say it depends on what you are aiming to get out of the sessions. My instinct is to always go with what...

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Julie Wright

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What is ‘quality’ in music work with children in challenging circumstances? Interview with Phil Mullen

I'm so glad to see that "Quality" is at last hitting the headlines! Drawing on one small part of this article, which...