Organisations

 Set up in 1991, the Community Recording Studio teaches film and video skills as well as music to children and young people in Nottingham. We provide access to professional equipment and key industry contacts, including musicians like Estelle and Aloe Blacc.
We are based in St Ann's. The charity has been running for over 20 years, and was founded by members of the local community who have first-hand experiences of the needs of young people growing up in the area. We provide positive and inspirational learning environments where young people primarily between the ages of 8 and 25 and members of the community can develop through experienced based education, with the support of professional, qualified and experience youth and community work team. Youngsters who began their career at the studio have even gone on to perform at festivals like Glastonbury and their music has been aired on BBC Radio One. A few artists have also been signed to record labels.The studio operates for five days a week, and the facilities are free to use.Training is offered so that individuals can not only develop their own skills but also pass on the knowledge to others in the community.We want to develop their skills, capacities and capabilities, and enable them to participate in society as independent, mature, responsible adults. We also want to advance the education of the public, in particular young people, in music and the art and science of studio recording.
 

We are a youth organisation that is based in Lenton in Nottinghamshire. We work with young people aged between 10 and 25 and offer specific sessions to young people who have a disability.

YMCA Digital encompasses all the fantastic new media and performing arts opportunities we offer young people aged 13-19.

We engage them in radio broadcasting, film, animation, music, music production dance, acting and singing.

Almost all of our programmes offer young people an accreditation and our youth workers are all qualified to deliver AIM Awards, Arts Awards and

AQAs which are all tailored to individuals’ interests, goals and abilities.

 

Magdala is a unique artist-led community organisation run by Michelle Wegwart and Tim Lole whose purpose is to open up opportunities for people from all backgrounds to develop singing and performance skills in ways that encourages creativity, self-expression and self belief and to encourage appreciation and understanding of music and singing in the community through first-class performances in venues accessible to all.

Enjoy, Create, Achieve

The SEND Project (SEND) provides enjoyable and engaging sessions where all people, specifically those facing challenging circumstances, are able to develop their functional skills whilst exploring their creativity. We are committed to creating a positive environment that fosters improved self- confidence, self-esteem, transferrable skills and aspirations, through creative experiences with the arts, technology and the natural environment. We encourage personal development and inspire individuals to pass on skills and information to their peers.

Music Service based in Notitngham City Council Development Section, running Whole Class ensemble, Nottingham Music School, area band networks, Bands in the Sand, Musical Futures etc

A unique artist-led community organisation, whose purpose is to open up opportunities for people from all backgrounds to develop singing and performance skills in ways that encourages creativity, self-expression and self belief and to encourage appreciation and understanding of music and singing in the community through first-class performances in venues accessible to all.

Music for Everyone is an independent arts organisation with over twenty five years' experience in devising and running innovative music participation events across Nottingham and the East Midlands.

Covering an unusually wide range of activities and participants, our work: