Musical Inclusion

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    Tuesday, 12 March, 2013 - 15:11

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If we want to embed inclusive music practices fully into music education and therefore throughout Hubs, we need to find ways to discuss quality. This blog post – an interview with Phil Mullen, community musician, community music trainer, and member of the Musical Inclusion Evaluation and Networking team – is the start of our two big debates for the remainder of the Musical Inclusion programme. The second, linked debate is about strategic working to embed inclusive music practices.

A film from MusicNet East on one young person's progression journey

We've received some really thoughtful, honest, and helpful responses to our survey - and it's made us want more! So we've extended the deadline. Thanks to those who've responded so far - you know who you are and your insights are very much appreciated, thank you. For those who haven't responded, please do! By Monday 5 January. Here's all the info ...

A brief introduction to the changes that were made at the latest Livewire Central

This is the evaluation video the young people did for their project.
Since the video was made the group have been moved on from that venue and we are currently looking for a new one.

The project was setup up to provide a space for singer songwriters and bands to get together rehearse and jam. Over time musiczone has become a center for a new Punk movement in west cumbria.
The group are hard to reach and proud of it.

Cant help drawing comparisons to the way the country is now and the way it was when punk started.

Has a participant ever offered you a gift in thanks for the help you have given with their musical development. I reckon this suggested policy for organisations and individuals is spot on.

We're in the final months of our Musical Inclusion Evaluation and Networking work and so we wanted to get some feedback from you about what you’ve found most valuable, and the future of the Musical Inclusion social networks.

The natural next step is for you as an online community to take more control so we’re also keen to explore how we can help you to do this between now and next Spring.

Please help us by completing this survey by Monday 1 Dec 2014, and please share it with anyone else you work with on your Musical Inclusion programme.

Visit: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/N9KDQTV

See below for the most recent Musical Inclusion enews, a round up of what’s been shared and what's being talked about on the Musical Inclusion pages on the Youth Music Network, Facebook and Twitter - PLUS The Power of Equality - our interim report on the Musical Inclusion programme.

Cymaz Music is developing a programme of Young Leaders with our Hub and we would be interested to know if anyone else is doing or running something similar either within a MINC programme or in collaboration with a Hub.

I was in a meeting the other day, we got into a debate about the difference (if any) between music leading and music teaching and the importance of "relationship" with a young person in both settings.

This group is the place to ask a question, start a discussion, share ideas and make connections. It originally was a discussion group for those funded under Youth Music's Musical Inclusion grants, but from 1 April 2015 it is open to all.

 

HOW TO POST IN THE GROUP:

1. Log in to the Youth Music Network (contact network@youthmusic.org.uk in the comms team if you've forgotten your login or don't have one or see this page: http://network.youthmusic.org.uk/help-support)

This group is the place to ask a question, start a discussion, share ideas and make connections. It originally was a discussion group for those funded under Youth Music's Musical Inclusion grants, but from 1 April 2015 it is open to all.

 

HOW TO POST IN THE GROUP:

1. Log in to the Youth Music Network (contact Sophie.Scott@youthmusic.org.uk in the comms team if you've forgotten your login or don't have one or see this page: http://network.youthmusic.org.uk/help-support)

2. Click the 'Join group' button and you'll immediately be a member.

3. In the left hand column you'll see an orange block with heading 'add content'

4. Underneath is a blue block, 'add new discussion'. This is where you can post your blog. 

If you already blog on the Network:
Once you're a member of the Musical Inclusion group, you can just go to the bottom of any blog you're posting and click on 'add to a group' and then select the drop down option 'Musical Inclusion'.

 

 
 

 

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