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Wired4Music Council Member, Helen Finnegan gives her views on the National Association of Music Educators conference at the Rich Mix Centre, Shoreditch. Wired4Music is a project that works with Sound Connections and young people across London, providing musical related opportunities.


We are a Company in Leeds, Yorkshire making participatory theatre that combines Storytelling, Music, Circus and Gaming.
As part of our next show, The Giant & The Bear, we are going to hand out 100 musical instruments to our audience and they will play a musical procession up to our Big Top Tent!
We're extremely excited to be offering such an accessible and fun show that still deals with really relevant issues in the modern day community.
However, we are a small (but ambitious!) Company with little resources and so cannot afford to buy spanking new )or even old) musical instruments from people - so we are requesting donations of musical instruments for our show please to help us hit our target of 100 instruments!
If you have an instrument that you wouldn't mind lending or donating to us we would love to hear from you. We can pay for postage but are afraid we haven't enough to pay a rental rate.
Anything at all would be very much appreciated,
Many thanks

Shakera Ahad
Unlimited Theatre Company

  • by Rhythmix

    Mon 18 Jun 2012 - 2 comments

Jim Pinchen (Workforce Development Manager: Rhythmix and MusicLeader South East) considers how far we have come in understanding inclusivity within music education, how we measure it and how we make our projects truly inclusive.

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    Mon 18 Jun 2012

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    Fri 15 Jun 2012 - 7 comments

We have compiled some handy blogs and resources to help you get to grips with the Youth Music Network - visit

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