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Network Newsletter

August edition of the Youth Music Network newsletter out now!

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Working with deaf and hearing impaired children

The NMPAT inclusion team share their findings.

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Youth Music grants get a revamp

Changes include introduction of small grants and higher qualifying age limits

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A fair deal for vulnerable young people?

Latest research on the impact of public sector cuts.

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Soundwaves case studies

Musical inclusion across Devon and Torbay

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Direct From The Source

Music Leading in a Domestic Abuse Refuge for women and children in Plymouth 

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The Creativity Project

Music4U’s report now available.

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Youth Orchestras for disabled people

Consultation findings

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Other adults in your session: Help or Hindrance?

Join the discussion with your own experiences...

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Exploring the ukelele

Watch this video of a two-year old taking her first musical steps.

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A day in the life of a Project Trainee

Read about what it's like to train on a Key Stage 1 music project

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Welcome to the Youth Music Network

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Sing City Summer seems to be passing so quickly and we are already looking back on some of our summer activity, some great festival experiences and our summer residency at Band On The Wall and all the fantastic music that we made!
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Article written for Soundsense 'Sounding Board' magazine about calculating the distance traveled for the people we work with. There are loads of other interesting things in the magazine so if you'd like more info on anything to do with supporting Community musicians then I suggest you look Soundsense up (link below the photograph)
Win Yourself Studio Recording Time
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Are you a talented rapper or singer aged 14 – 25? Have you ever wanted to get your voice heard and get into a recording studio? This could be your big break! Win studio time with urban music studios The Mixtape Project and a chance to record your video with Linkedup TV.
music-making session with young children
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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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Jim Pinchen (Workforce Development Manager: Rhythmix and MusicLeader South East) talks about being yourself with young people; MAC/ PC resources, Plugins, Programmes and Platforms; the elephant in the room – cracked software; what are we doing to keep our workforce up to date; and asks for your thoughts.

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Millie Watkins

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Music and children in rurally isolated communities: call for existing research and case studies

Hi Jack, thanks for the comment and for offering to host a visit. Could you e-mail me your contact details, so we can...

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Carol Reid

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Readipop Urban Orchestra - a model for musical inclusion

Hi Gavin, thanks for posting this. If you haven't already done so you might find it interesting to talk to MUSE Project...

The Music Pool

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Readipop Urban Orchestra - a model for musical inclusion

We haven't done anything similar really. Have you heard of the iOrchestra project? I've heard some good things....

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Gavin Lombos

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Readipop Urban Orchestra - a model for musical inclusion

Have you done any similar orchestra/fusion projects? I've been chatting with Russell Grooms about the Orchestra ONE...