“Everyone a Musician” is an exciting new project happening now at Redcliffe Children’s Centre, Bristol, made possible by funding from Youth Music.
Its aim is to promote music within the Centre and community by providing expert training and education, quality performances and a lasting music legacy.
We believe that music is integral to learning and well-being and is the foundation that underpins our beautiful diverse society.
And it all starts with children.
By providing them with musical opportunities and skilled tutoring the heart of our city will sing.
Joseph Cooper - Music Coordinator
Little Sparks NEAS in partnership with Sage Gateshead and Great North Children's Hospital (GNCH), will deliver a programme of early years sessions designed to engage and increase the support of parents who have a pre-school child, newly diagnosed with Autism with participatory musical activity.
The Amber Music Project aims to create a music facility and programme at Ashley Court - a supported housing scheme for vulnerable young people in Devon. The project will give residents the opportunity to engage in the exploration and creation of music, as well as plenty of opportunities for self-expression and confidence building.
We are a mainstream primary school in the outskirts of Blackburn. Around 15% of our children have SEN/D, 9 of whom
have a funded EHCP.
We value arts education highly and believe in its benefits for all children. Children benefit from a thriving musical
programme within and outside the curriculum.
Explore local traditional music in South Cumbria and Argyll and Bute as part of an extension to our Culture Together project dedicated to the collection, learning and sharing of traditional music that exists between these regions. Linking local research to the national archives to provide sustained folk music tuition.
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Open School Orchestras (OSO) is a growing national movement supporting music hubs, arts organisations and schools in giving SEN/Disabled young musicians opportunities to play in an ensemble and perform. OpenUp Music provide resources to facilitate this - adapted musical repertoire, schemes of work, and a new generation of accessible musical instruments - alongside training and support for music leaders and school staff.
Regular Music sessions for Girls only.
Groundswell Arts are delivering their project 'The Lullaby Project' in 20 settings including schools , children's centres. and private sector nurseries over the next two years. Working with paired music practitioners each setting works over a half term period on the project. Musicians work with parents to compose songs for their children and the project focuses on strengthening bonds between child and carer, setting and parent, and develop language confidence and self esteem in the children taking part.
Alongside this across two years also in Haringey Groundswell Arts will run 10 weekend events called 'Family Jams' these events will focus on a wide range of family music making opportunities and provide a progression route from the Lullabies programme.
Luton-based orchestra Sinfonia Verdi and UKCCA host a FREE music club this summer for parents and toddlers.
Groups of parents and toddlers in Luton are coming together for four weeks during June and July 2017 for a unique mini-series of fun-packed playtime.
We would love you to join in!
You and your toddler will join in fun games and enjoy the characters, colours and sounds brought to you by musicians from Sinfonia Verdi and the inspirational team behind the popular Billy’s Band children’s series.
You will meet different members of the band and experience a range of special playtime activities you can also do at home.
Music Making Project for Children and Young People Age: 13 to 25