Tees Music Alliance are offering a unique opportunity for people looking to gain ‘hands on’ experience in music and the creative industries.

A course for North East early years’ educators and creative enablers.

The MusicMix project worked with young people including asylum seekers and refugees from Middlesbrough and Stockton on Tees.

MusicLeader North East has made available a limited number of places for 1-1 Advice and Guidance for early 2012

Wall of Sounds is a partnership between Brighter Sound and Band on the Wall offering a range of exciting opportunities to explore music through artist residencies, courses, master-classes and performances.

Shut Up and Listen! is a name that was used for Carousel's music programme of work between 2010 and 2015. 

Voltage was Youth Music’s national music volunteering programme (April 2008 - April 2011) for 16-25 year olds.

Run by the Bristol Music Foundation, Teenage Rampage builds on the existing work of sub-regional community music organisations and provides a joined-up offer to such community music, and formal music education work in the region and a specific link to regional and national music industry specialists and programmes.

Wired4Music is the music council for young Londoners, established and hosted by Sound Connections.

Ways into Workshops Residential
Friday February 10th – Sunday February 12th 2012.
Folly Farm, nr Bristol

The popular and successful Ways into Workshops residency is being produced for the first time in the South West by MLSW and MLWM with Community Musicians Hugh Nankivell, Ben Ballard, Steve Lewis, Beccy Owen and Lisa Tregale. To find out more about price and how to book a place please contact Eva Martino on 0117 922 3530 or you can email

Creative Futures UK's pilot project with Looked After Children in Wandsworth

Creative Futures UK weekly music provision at Altmore School.