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We are having a GRAND REOPENING of Chime Creation Centre on SATURDAY MARCH 17th from 12 - 6PM.

 

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My Pockets worked with Two Way Street in Hull to write a song - It’s Hard To Think Of The Future.

Until April 11, Arts Council is having an open conversation with anyone that has a stake in or an opinion on the future of arts and culture in England. Make your views heard!

Identifying young talented music leaders who can positively impact the lives of the generation of young people is something that has been a key feature of Romsey Mill's work in Cambridge. 

Here is an example of how that objective has been met in the lives of two young people whose passion for music has led them to give something back to help other young lives.

The Youth Voice & Participation Equaliser has landed!

An evening of workshops for musicians and music teachers alike: sharing best practice and building confidence in teaching methods
with talks from Stacey Riley, David Oliver & Stewart Hardy.

 

In the second of this three part series, some of the young people we work with at More Music share their experiences of how coming to projects and playing music has a positive impact on mental health and well being.

 

Looking for young people aged 11-23 who have a diagnosis of autism to take part in a music project

  • by mlkirby

    Mon 12 Feb 2018 - 1 comment

I am looking for young people age 11-23 with a diagnosis of autism

I am looking for young people aged 11-23 with a diagnosis of autism

We are delighted to announce that we have been selected to present at Aesop's 2nd national Arts in Health Conference & Showcase which will be held in April at Milton Court, in partnership with the Guildhall School of Music & Drama and the College of Medicine.

We will be presenting about our programme of work at Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital; 'Medical Notes: Music at the Heart of Life' along with 23 other arts programmes with ‘current health priorities’ at the heart of what they do.

‘Confirmed speakers include: Dame Darcey Bussell DBE President of the Royal Academy of Dance & Founder of Diverse Dance Mix, Professor Gillian Leng CBE NICE Deputy Chief Executive and Director of Health & Social Care, Professor Tim Kendall NHS England National Clinical Director for Mental Health, Dr Martin Vernon NHS England National Clinical Director for Older People and Noel Gordon, Chair at NHS Digital, NHS England Non-Executive Director & Board member’.

It will be such a wonderful opportunity for us to showcase our impactful and pioneering work in the field of Music for Health.

You can read more in the Press article below and there is also a link on there to book tickets to attend the conference.

http://www.ae-sop.org/category/article/

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Live Music Now's training pathway - SEND Inspire - is helping early career professional musicians to develop their skills to deliver concerts and lead music sessions for young people with additional needs.  Here, LMN harpist Elfair Grug Dyer blogs about her first training project.    Further info about SEND Inspire can be found here:   http://network.youthmusic.org.uk/posts/send-inspire-live-music-now%E2%80...