Sage Gateshead is one of 13 organisations selected to become a strategic partner of Youth Music. Over the next three years, we will work with Youth Music through the CoMusica Inclusion programme, towards creating a musically inclusive England where every child can access music-making opportunities, regardless of circumstances.

The Junction is a band development project for young people aged 14-18 living in and around Dudley who are into music and want to take the next step.

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.

This project improves the health and wellbeing of sick children at Birmingham Children's Hospital through the medium of singing and 1-to-1 sessions with vocal tutors from the choir.

Show Me How is a youth mentor music development program.  Young people aged 16-24 will build on their passion for music, learn new skills and access opportunities to use theise skills to mentor other young people aged 11-24.  The young mentors will work with professional musicians who have experience in teaching, the professionals will develop the young mentors to be able to support young people on their musical journey as singers, drummers, guitarists, music producers and sound technicials.  These young mentors through the proejct will use these skills to gain experience by supporting and mentoring other young people to learn new skills.

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

'Words Not Weapons' was initially set up in response to growing tension between young people from rival housing estates.

Southampton Music Hub (funded by Arts Council England) are pleased to launch the Music/Mobile Tech project. This project is an exciting new opportunity for young people in Southampton and the Isle of Wight to make music using mobile technology. Following a £30,000 grant from Youth Music, the project will offer young people the chance to take part in music composition projects, live music performances and community workshops. The Music/Mobile Tech project will also provide training and resources for families, teachers and community workers to help them to make better use of mobile technology.

The Salmon Youth Centre has been working closely with young people to develop their creativity through music based activities. 

Empowering the community through Music

The Brightest Boldest Brass Band in Tameside this Summer!

Join Daisi’s Soundwaves and help bring the transformative power of music to the children and young people most in need
Children and young people can experience challenges in their lives through their immediate social, economic or geographic environment, physical or learning disabilities or other factors. Music is a vital ingredient in bringing about personal and social change for these children.
Daisi’s role is to bring together and support people, places and organisations who want to bring the transformative power of music to those most in need.