Music Making Project for Children and Young People Age: 13 to 25

The Glee project, based on the popular TV series, gives children from Edmonton the opportunity to take part in Glee clubs where they are able to showcase and develop their singing and performance skills.  The fully inclusive clubs, run by inspirational tutors from Pineapple Performing Arts School (PPAS), focus on fun and raising aspirations.  There is also a competitive element where all Glee clubs are brought together at the end of the project to perform at a prestigious London theatre in a live show in front of a panel of judges.  Families of performers are invited to cheer them on and a range of prizes are awarded including PPAS scholarships, trophies and certificates.

Free weekly band rehearsal workshop in Hackney for under 24s, composers, event managers, musicians, poets, producers, rappers, singers, songwriters, technicians - monthly shows

SoundLab is a project to help people with learning disabilities express themselves musically and collaborate with other people using readily available musical technologies.

Creative sessions which happen once per month on Saturday afternoons. They offer young people with learning disabilities (aged 10-25 years) new to the arts training in music, dance, drama, DJing and digital arts. Young people get the chance to work on exciting projects with a range of professional tutors. They decide what they want to do and work with their tutors to make it happen.

We are looking for London-based young people aged between 18 and 30 to take part in a bilateral exchange programme (Italy-UK) "Follow Your Dream"; an exciting week of activities focused on stimulating and developing the entrepreneurial skills in culture, art and entertainment sectors from the 2-8 February 2016.

In addition, the participants can choose to qlso participate to another projects in France (Strasbourg) from 29 April to 7 May to about dance and music with young artists from UK, Spain, Italy and France. 

'My Song' is a 12 week music therapy project for young people with emotional and mental health issues.

The My Song project will teach young people how to write and record their own music.

Young people will learn skills from a registered Music Therapist (registered with The ‘British Association for Music Therapy’), an experienced Sound Engineer and Musician.

Benefits to you:

The project will provide young refugees and asylum seekers in Croydon with bi-weekly music workshops using a variety of instruments and creative processes, to develop existing talents and teach new skills with a focus on performance and composition. Participants will be offered the opportunity to receive a Bronze Arts Award.

The project will engage and connect excluded young people aged 13-18 through participatory music-making in three London areas where provision is lowest and disadvantage is highest. All participants will 'connect' in a final celebration event.

The Arts Award accredited music-making project targets children and young people in Pupil Referral Units. It aims to develop young people's creativity, skills and expression through inspirational, high quality music engagement. The project will focus on Units receiving little or no music provision.

The project will run weekly participatory music sessions covering instrumental tuition, live music-making, ensemble playing, vocals and lyricism, song writing, recording projects, performance and live events. The sessions will cover different musical genres: reggae, drum'n'bass and dubstep, Afrobeat, funk, blues and jazz, hiphop and grime.

The project will offer after-school clubs and holiday family learning sessions. In class children learn stories using a story sack, musical instruments and props, and there will be a CD and lyric book to take home.