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My Keyboard Lessons are looking for someone to do part-time teaching hours in music at City of Liverpool College.

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We are very excited to announce that Wingbeats will be returning on Friday 17th November! This is the second conference in a series, celebrating the work we do and also exploring the music for health sector through a variety of presentations, panel discussions and performances.

 

It will be held at Whitworth Art Gallery, which is one of our valued partner organisations. We are especially thrilled that Matt Griffiths, CEO of National Foundation for Youth Music and our main funder will be kicking off the day with a keynote speech! This FREE conference promises to be an amazing, inspiring and informative event so please don't miss out.

 

We will posting a link to an eventbrite page over the next couple of weeks so that you can secure your place. In the meantime if you have any questions or would like to be on our mailing list, please email Kate Catling, Project Manager at katecatlingfreelance@gmail.com

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We are very excited to announce that Wingbeats will be returning on Friday 17th November! This is the second conference in a series, celebrating the work we do and also exploring the music for health sector through a variety of presentations, panel discussions and performances. It will be held at Whitworth Art Gallery, which is one of our valued partner organisations. We are especially thrilled that Matt Griffiths, CEO of National Foundation for... Youth Music and our main funder will be kicking off the day with a keynote speech! This FREE conference promises to be an amazing, inspiring and informative event so please don't miss out. We will be posting a link to an eventbrite page over the next couple of weeks so that you can secure your place. In the meantime if you have any questions or would like to be on our mailing list, please email Kate Catling, Project Manager at katecatlingfreelance@gmail.com

*******SAVE THE DATE**********
We are very excited to announce that Wingbeats will be returning on Friday 17th November! This is the second conference in a series, celebrating the work we do and also exploring the music for health sector through a variety of presentations, panel discussions and performances. It will be held at Whitworth Art Gallery, which is one of our valued partner organisations. We are especially thrilled that Matt Griffiths, CEO of National Foundation for... Youth Music and our main funder will be kicking off the day with a keynote speech! This FREE conference promises to be an amazing, inspiring and informative event so please don't miss out. We will be posting a link to an eventbrite page over the next couple of weeks so that you can secure your place. In the meantime if you have any questions or would like to be on our mailing list, please email Kate Catling, Project Manager at katecatlingfreelance@gmail.com

The Young DaDa Ensembles hit the recording studio in March, to record their debut album, 'The First, but not the Last'.

 

Band on the Wall and Brighter Sound are thrilled to announce that pianist, composer and bandleader Zoe Rahman will lead their third much acclaimed Jazz Directors Series residency and tour from 15-22 October 2017.

If any proof was needed of the high standard of music making achieved by local young people, then Cre8’s Youth Concert was all the evidence needed. 

Basking in the glory of the last Cre8 Music Concert and reflecting on the journey of the music project over the last few years...

Brighter Sound is proud to welcome funk and jazz saxophone legend Pee Wee Ellis to lead the ninth in our series of artistic residencies for emerging musicians – Pee Wee Ellis FUNK: Foundation.

A reflection on how Cre8 Music is developing young musicians through the Protege Effect; teaching someone else is the best way to learn

THEMES DEVELOPED BY CHILDREN FOR THE HOPES AND DREAMS PROJECT:
FGM
BULLYING
BLACK HISTORY MONTH
INTEGRATION
FORCED MARRIAGE

 About the project... the CYP recruitment process