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This blog is part of a resource called Overcoming the Challenges of Delivering Music-Making Projects (part two). Part two explores workforce development, accreditation and sustainability . The information comes from evaluation reports provided from projects funded by Youth Music for the charity's 2011-2012 Impact Report.

Organisations from across the country are invited to submit ideas for commissions that they would like to realise with a UK-based composer through PRS for Music Foundation’s new UK-wide New Music Biennial scheme.

  • by Anonymous (not verified)

    Wed 9 Jan 2013

Paritor is appealing to all EDUCATION or MUSIC charities to be it’s charity of the year.

The deadline for the first phase of Generate has been extended to 5pm on 30th January. The bursary scheme is for practitioners or organisations/agencies who want to build and improve their music leadership skills or want to create training or resources to help others.

Octave is a new music and drama project for young people aged 12-19 with mild to moderate learning disabilities.

  • by Anonymous (not verified)

    Mon 7 Jan 2013

YEAH! is looking for creative music projects for young audiences in Europe. Apply online until 31st January. Don´t forget to send the video copy by post! The nominated projects present themselves at the YEAH! Festival from 6th to 14th September 2013 in Osnabrück/Germany.

The Rhythmix Elves would like to thank everyone who have helped make this our best year ever!

Here at Bullfrog Arts we've been delighted to have received funding from Youth Music to deliver a singing project entitled Every Song Matters.

  • by Anonymous (not verified)

    Tue 18 Dec 2012

Network members now have the opportunity to create a Group around any theme or topic of their choosing, providing an easy way to share ideas, resources and know-how.

Making a difference through music: Youth Music releases its annual report exploring the impact of funded projects in 2011 – 2012.

A big part of our work as musicians in hospitals is to be there as a musician and a human being spending time with other human beings, to make music for and with them and to create a cultural venue within a clinical environment.

On 10th December at Wheal Martyn China Clay museum in St Austell, CYMAZ celebrated its achievements to date and launched new initiatives under the Youth Music Musical Inclusion programme. Practitioners, professionals, agencies and organisations came from across Cornwall to enjoy the evening.