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Haringey Shed have been commissioned by a production company, to be the community partner in a music project sponsored by Levi’s, to deliver a six-week music programme.

Are you interested in performing at the Black History Month celebration at a mental health charity?

After a successful pilot launch in June, the newly-founded Sanaa Music Business Academy is set to run it’s second introductory course in Practical Music Business Administration in London this October. Sanaa Music Business Academy is a part of Sanaa Music Group; a Music Industry Education, Consultancy and Publishing Firm in London, UK. 

Based at the Museum of London Learning Centre and starting October 10th 2016, the Academy will run an extended 8-week Part-time Evening Course covering key areas including Record Labels, Music Publishing & Licensing, Management, Media, Marketing, Music Law and the Live & Touring Industry.

Guest Lecturers on the pilot programme included Fred Jerkins (Grammy Award Winning Composer for Michael Jackson, Mariah Carey, Whitney Houston, and more), Jason Edwards (Former Digital Channel Manager at SYCO/Sony Music, now Marketing Executive at ITV), Lindsay Wesker (Music Editor, MTV Networks Europe), Jon Webster (President, Music Managers Forum), Keith Kirk (Asset Manager, BMG Europe) and many more. Some of which will be returning for the new Autumn term next month, as well as exciting new Lecturers.

Run by Young Industry Executive Ryan Bruce, the SMBA Flagship Course is ideal for those who have a desire to work in the Music Industry (whether as a creative or a professional) and also for those already working in the business that may want to brush up on their knowledge.

For more information, visit www.sanaa-music.com or email academy@sanaa-music.com to request a Prospectus and an Application Form. Due to popular demand, Sanaa Music Business Academy have added extra spaces and the Applications now close October 3rd at 5pm. Apply TODAY!

Here I want to look back on a collaborative project I was involved with, where young people with learning disabilities formed a band using accessible music technology.  

In part 1 and part 2 I talked about how we created the music for several different songs out of jamming together with digital technology... In this part we finish the song by writing words and using performance as a composition tool.

This summer Drake Music are delighted to announce a series of brand new commission opportunities for Deaf and/or Disabled musicians as part of their Connect & Collaborate London programme.

A postgraduate professional development programme for music educators delivered by Trinity Laban Conservatorie of Music and Dance.
 

This blog was written by Jane Werry, Director of Music at Hayes School.

Band In A week invites a group of 14-19 year-olds to become band members in a week, guiding them through four days of instrumental tuition and rehearsals under the supervision of experienced tutors, in preparation for a special live performance at the end of the week.

Part two of a recent project I was a part of - OMG Cola! - a song written and recorded by a group of young people with learning disabilities. Which utilised digital technology, enabling a large number of participants to collaborate on one song together at the same time.

I wanted to talk about a recent project I was a part of - OMG Cola! - a song written and recorded by a group of young people with learning disabilities. Which utilised digital technology, enabling a large number of participants to collaborate on one song together at the same time.

Funded by Youth Music, Sound Connections’ Innovate programme strives to enable emerging practitioners and smaller organisations to create new musical approaches and ideas for working with disadvantaged young people.