Brighter Sound

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Kate Lowes, our Head of Programmes, blogs about the next phase of our Both Sides Now programme – a three-year initiative to support, inspire and showcase women in music across the North of England – and we want to hear from you.

Delia Stevens, percussionist and member of world-folk-fusion quintet Kabantu, blogs about the benefits of music making for children and families.

Delia Stevens, percussionist and member of world-folk-fusion quintet Kabantu, blogs about the benefits of music making for children and families.

Delia Stevens, percussionist and member of world-folk-fusion quintet Kabantu, blogs about the benefits of music making for children and families.

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Training, Networking, Performance

Our two young composers recently took a trip to AlgoMech Festival as research for the new music they will be making as part of the commission. Here Johnny James blogs about his experience at the festival

Brighter Sound is a producer of creative music projects and events based in Manchester. We pioneer new ways to explore music making, with an interest in the spaces that exist between what is already on offer.

Our diverse and invigorating programme connects a wide range of people through music and creativity. Whether it’s packing out a library to see a signed band compose live, songwriting in a science lab or experimenting in an orchestra, every one of our projects pushes creative limits and strives to give new meaning to learning through music.

Brighter Sound is a producer of creative music projects and events based in Manchester. We pioneer new ways to explore music making, with an interest in the spaces that exist between what is already on offer.

Our diverse and invigorating programme connects a wide range of people through music and creativity. Whether it’s packing out a library to see a signed band compose live, songwriting in a science lab or experimenting in an orchestra, every one of our projects pushes creative limits and strives to give new meaning to learning through music.

Brighter Sound is widely known for its work with young people and regularly contributes to research and strategic development on a regional and national scale. Working with schools across the region, we’re interested in what else we can take into the classroom to challenge perceptions and give young people new ways of learning through music.

Keep in touch and explore music with us at our events, online on our website, and via social media on FacebookTwitterSoundCloud and Instagram.

Address: 
Picturehouse Buildings
29 Swan Street
Manchester
M4 5JZ
United Kingdom
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