Case studies from Soundwaves, Devon and Torbay's Musical Inclusion programme

Daisi the arts education partnership organisation for Devon and Torbay has published a series of case studies including videos, about the various projects which are part of Soundwaves, its Musical Inclusion programme.

Community Action South West with Yard 1 Studio: partnership between a music studio, CASW and a Pupil Referral Unit 

Kagemusha Taiko: how a Taiko organisation has developed its work to include special schools 

Parkfield Cold Spot: bringing more music work into a youth centre

The Collective - Paige's journey: how one young person benefited from a music-based peer education project 

Young Devon - Tommy’s Journey: how one young person benefited from introducing music into a progressive youth charity

WESC and WREN: how a folk music organisation worked with a residential centre for young people and adults with visual impairment.

Whiddon Valley Cold Spot: developing a singing group set up by a housing association

Young Devon - Will’s Journey: how one young person benefited from introducing music into a progressive youth charity

Young Devon: bringing music into the work of a progressive charity that works with those least likely to have their voices heard, whilst challenging negative stereotypes and campaigning alongside young people 

Soundwaves at Ockment Community Centre: music with young adults with specific educational needs 

You can read more about the overall programme and how to connect with Soundwaves here: Soundwaves Case Studies

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