MAP’s aim is to help young people to have better, healthier lives, to support them to become successful and confident adults.  Our main activities: youth work and informal education; independent information, advice and advocacy; counselling; all at our drop in centres in Norwich and Great Yarmouth, and at schools and community venues county wide.  We continuously consult with young people, and develop projects being guided and lead by their changing needs. We employ only well qualified, experienced and competent staff who value and respect young people as individuals, and are committed to helping them make their own positive informed choices.

Small Sounds is an Early Years music organisation based in Norfolk.  We run musc-making sessions for babies, children and their carers in Norwich. Our members have fun singing, moving to the pulse and playing instruments together. We also enjoy social time together and have an annual summer singing picnic.

NORCA’s vision is that Culture and Creativity builds communities.  Our mission is to positively transform individuals, communities and the spaces they share through community based, high quality arts and cultural engagement and participation.  We seek to improve the social and economic well-being of Norwich and Norfolk’s communities through maximising individual learning, community engagement, empowerment and active citizenship through creative and cultural engagement and participation.

Welcome to the Norwich Singing School!

Whether youre thinking of starting singing lessons to become a professional singer or even just to sing as a hobby, We'll work closely with you to improve you voice, build your confidence and have you singing like a STAR!

Our professional singing tutors will guide and mentor you each step of the way.

You'll learn to dramatically improve your singing voice as we work on all areas of your voice such as breathing, tuning, range, tone, strength and much more so you can take your voice to its full potential.

enriching peoples lives

Future Projects uses a cultural planning approach to inspire, engage and support the wider community to overcome social exclusion and provide personal development opportunities for everybody. The longer-term aim of the projects is to develop a model for replication for similar community provision projects that create opportunities for the wider Norfolk area.

CME promotes opportunity, education and personal development through participation in music and media activities. The charity, based in Norwich, has been helping a broad range of client groups in the community since it was set up in 1985. As well as working with children and adults with physical, sensory, or learning disabilities, people with mental health issues and young people in challenging circumstances, CME offers an exciting programme of courses open to the public.

The Garage is a centre for performing arts located in Norwich which supports the creative journeys of participants, audiences and artists.

In just 2 years of MusicLeader delivery, we have worked with 16 regional partners and connected 41 key strategic organisations and individuals. 666 people came to us for information advice or guidance and of those that attended training and networking, 30% work with children in challenging circumstances.
We are directly responsible for a further investment of £36,800 in music leading in our region and have brokered new and innovative training and networking such as The First National Rock Schools Convention in The British Music Experience at The O2.