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We All Make Music is an inspiring, inclusive music education festival! Join us to be part of the conversation, get hands on with tech, network with people from across the sector and start making change towards a genuinely inclusive musical culture.

Great to see families and young people coming together to learn keyboards. We are running these sessions in Westfield Yeovil, as a part of a 10 week programme to encourage learning and engaging through music.

Delia Stevens, percussionist and member of world-folk-fusion quintet Kabantu, blogs about the benefits of music making for children and families.

Delia Stevens, percussionist and member of world-folk-fusion quintet Kabantu, blogs about the benefits of music making for children and families.

Delia Stevens, percussionist and member of world-folk-fusion quintet Kabantu, blogs about the benefits of music making for children and families.

Soundtracks started delivering music sessions in June 2016. Blackburn with Darwen Music Service, working in partnership with Blackburn Youth Zone and local authority Young People’s Service has set up a programme of weekly open access sessions taking place in youth centres, taster sessions which promote these opportunities, and regular performance events for young people in different venues.

2017 brought more activities and talent than we could have imagined during our first year of delivery. Children and young people have explored the use of a variety of instruments and we have taken our Urban Poets programme to the next level by recording young people's own tracks and filming a music video in the local area.

The young people have set up their own YouTube channel HU6 Media, which has been extremely successful.

Are you a music teacher based in London, the North West or the West Midlands? Are you looking for a way to establish ensemble music-making in your school? Join the 2018 Modulo Programme!

Do you know a dedicated and committed young musician aged 11-18? We're now accepting nominations for the 2018-2019 National Orchestra for All, a unique non-auditioned, free to participate, national youth orchestra.

So the first full week back to school marks a return to Interactive Piano lessons. As I have covered in my previous blog post, I am working with children with additional needs and learning difficulties.

Our new music making project is for 16-25 year olds with learning difficulties in and around the Epping Forest District. We were very excited when starting things off with the aim to take our participants through a journey of developing voice and instrument skills, understanding the components of songs and building confidence along the way.
We began the first stages of delivery in October 2017 with a range of taster sessions

Thurrock Marching Brass in conjunction with Marching Band Activity United Kingdom are proud to confirm that they will be organizing a  World Record for the Longest Line of Fanfare Trumpeters (valved Trumpeters) in History in October 2018