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  • by Kate_MB

    Tue 11 Sep 2012 - 1 comment

Can I check, is everyone here setting up a Youth Music funded Early Years Network? I have basically accepted anyone who has asked to join, so thought I could check in, and see who is setting up EY Networks out of this group? How is it going for you all? :) Kate

Running or want to set up a community group, project or charity within the City & Hunslet Ward of Leeds?

Got a project idea to benefit people in the community that costs up to £2,500?

Would that idea either provide positive activities for young people, improve the local environment & open spaces, improve health, economic wellbeing, or community cohesion & awareness of local services?

If singing, networking or evaluation is your thing then read on. Deadline for applications is Thursday 11 October.

Welcome to the latest Sound Connections e-newsletter. In this late summer edition we ask you to 'Save The Date' for our 10th birthday 'Would Like To Meet...' celebration, highlight some of our partnership projects and share information on how assistive music technology can be used in SEN settings, alongside the latest training and job opportunities.

Jim Pinchen (Workforce Development Manager: Rhythmix and MusicLeader South East) reflects on delivering Development Needs Analysis (DNA) and the Music Leader as Musician and Artist beyond their work within the Music Education sector

We need to do more to acknowledge all who have a role in helping young people on their musical journeys.

Music technology to help explain a little of the financial language around running an organisation?

  • by Rhythmix

    Fri 31 Aug 2012 - 12 comments

Jim Pinchen (Workforce Development Manager: Rhythmix and MusicLeader South East) talks about being yourself with young people; MAC/ PC resources, Plugins, Programmes and Platforms; the elephant in the room – cracked software; what are we doing to keep our workforce up to date; and asks for your thoughts.

  • by Anonymous (not verified)

    Thu 30 Aug 2012 - 7 comments

Youth Music is pleased to announce that 88 organisations have been offered funding in the second round of the Youth Music Programme.

We have a very exciting opportunity for music groups based in and around the Birmingham Area; how would you like to perform at the LG Arena in front of 4000 people, including local and national press?!

Whether we like it or not a large part of the funding for music education requires organisations and individuals working in partnership.

Welcome to the latest Sound Connections e-newsletter - we're hope you're enjoying your summer. In this newsletter, we have performing and funding opportunities from Music for Youth and BBC Performing Arts Fund, two national youth arts consultations to feed into and our latest blog, alongside conferences, jobs and training opportunities.