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Up Tempo is a project running inat South Staffordshire and Shropshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust, in partnership with The Hive in Shrewsbury and Make Some Noise in Stafford. the aim of the project is to build on pilot projects involving the use of music, engaging with a wide range of young service users who are in touch with our services.  the beauty of the Youth Music funding is the ability to have weekly sessions running across out Trust inpatient facilities and in the community - allowing us to have more impact and to fully evaluate this delivery.

Latin America has a very wide, rich and diverse cultural and music traditions and opportunities, for example in Mexico, which favours focusing efforts on the creation of music education approaches for teaching and musical learning based on the ethnic music of our nations.

Latin America has a very wide, rich and diverse cultural and music traditions and opportunities, for example in Mexico, which favours focusing efforts on the creation of music education approaches for teaching and musical learning based on the ethnic music of our nations.

Latin America has a very wide, rich and diverse cultural and music traditions and opportunities, for example in Mexico, which favours focusing efforts on the creation of music education approaches for teaching and musical learning based on the ethnic music of our nations.

All about Accessible Arts & Media's Inclusive Music Project in York.

Leicester music projects - Urban influences

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

How Rotor can help give music projects an increased impact online with free video creation tools.

From meeting at a conference, to creating a Music-Technology company, ready to approach national-level delivery.

We are really pleased with out path, so far, and we would like to share our recipe with others, including successes, failures and motivation tricks to always get back on your feet.

World Music in the Classroom, July 20th (10am-4pm) by award-winning music teacher, Patrick Allen

 

 

 

 

 

 

Humans are different from other animals as much as science puts us together in the broader category of species. However, the common saying ‘only human’ makes all the difference when it comes to how we operate. Why did he cheat on his wife? Why can't she work all day without complaining of overworking? 

Rhythmix has recently completed delivery on a West Sussex Music Trust project in Littlehampton funded by Youth Music. Here we give an overview of the project, the challenges, successes and the legacy left behind.