Organisations

Wybourn Community Primary School caters for children from 4-10 years.    We are a learning community offering many services to people who live in the local area.

This project will engage NEET young people aged 16-24 from the Sheffield Region. Two core groups of 12 young people will have weekly group work sessions at a recording studio in which they will learn the necessary skills to write and record their own music, whilst learning about the industry as a whole. They will each have a residential at the inspirational Brathay Hall in Ambleside where they will be able to further develop and reflect upon their learning whilst engaging in some positive and challenging activities to boost their confidence and raise their aspirations. The programme will culminate in a performance involving every young person who has participated allowing them to showcase what they have learnt and how far they have come personally over the 12 months. We envisage that the young people will have a real musical skill at the end of this programme, will have developed the transitional skills which will help them in every aspect of their life and will have the necessary information and guidance to be able to access careers in the music industry.

Providing training, resources, networking opportunities and information about events for Early Years practitioners across South Yorkshire to use music to support learning.

Funded by Youth Music. Led by Music in the Round in partnership with South Yorkshire Music Hubs and ESCAL

Music in the Round is the largest promoter of chamber music outside London. We take our unique, informal and informative style of performance to numerous venues around the country as well as presenting two concert series and an annual May Festival in Sheffield at our home venue, the Crucible Studio. 

Excellence and access are central to all we do; our concerts are, wherever possible, played in the round, they feature lively spoken introductions, sometimes pre-concert talks and post-concert opportunities to meet musicians. 

Under The Stars is a social enterprise run by and for people with a learning disability. We run music workshops where people with learning disabilities can learn rock band instruments, write lyrics and songs, produce electronic music, DJ, record their music and play in a band. We also run nightclubs - proper nights out - which people attend so they can have a good time in a safe environment, meet up with old friends and make new ones.

Music in the Round is the largest promoter of chamber music outside London. We take our unique, informal and informative style of performance to numerous venues around the country as well as presenting two concert series and an annual May Festival in Sheffield at our home venue, the Crucible Studio. 

Excellence and access are central to all we do; our concerts are, wherever possible, played in the round, they feature lively spoken introductions, sometimes pre-concert talks and post-concert opportunities to meet musicians. 

Having been established in 2004 with just one teacher offering piano and keyboard lessons, we are now a social enterprise that has 10 teachers and 4 support staff. We offer one to one lessons in piano, guitar, singing, keyboards, bass, organ, drums, saxophone, theory and pro tools/music technology as well as a number of short courses, including Music Industry Training, Song Writing and Pro Tools. We currently have over 250 students consisting of children and adults.

The Musical Works delivers music based workshops and music performances  and supplies workshop leaders for schools, youth groups and community organisations in and around Sheffield.  We have a large network of workshop leaders who provide innovative music and related performance arts activities, including music-making, dance, music techology, DJ skills, rapping, breakdance, poetry, lyric writing and video production representing cultures from across the globe.

Just Another Dance Event (JADE) was formed 12 years ago by  young entrepreneurs with the aim of offering opportunities to young people, through the medium of music and performance as an alternative to the street culture of South Rotherham. JADE has been successful in running a young people’s drop in centre based in Kiveton Park and Dinnington for the past 6 years which as seen a huge reduction in anti social behaviour within the local community.

Sensoria engages with the local community through an annual festival with a diverse, accessible programme and year-round education activity. Our track record includes devising and delivering the Festivals Unit of the Creative and Media Diplomas; a live performance project with young people on the Autistic Spectrum and The 15x15 Film Challenge, the participants are now gigging professionally.