Projects

Expanding horizons through Music; The Digital Arts & Creatives Medias

Urban Artist School is looking for 20 musically active, digitally literate and passionately committed young people to become the class of 2016.

'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:

'Future Leaders' apprentices (aged between 13 and 25 depending on the art form) will extend their practical skills in carnival arts based music making, dance, or visual arts, as well as gain project management experience, guided by leading artists and professionals in their field.

Wavelength is a music-making project for young people aged 14-25 with mental health conditions.

Engaging children and young people in music-making across Greater Eston

CRE8TIV® Courses are practical short courses for young people and adults where you'll be taught by active music industry professionals, guiding you with thorough music industry practice and techniques.

A collaborative project between the Arts Department at the Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust and 3 local secondary schools in Birmingham.

Here at Woodgate Youth Music is enabling us to offer high quality instrumental and vocal teaching to young people in this challenging inner city area of Leicester. With a combination of formal and informal approaches ranging from ABRSM/Trinity grades to free composition in groups, our young people will develop confidence, maturity and social skills in a familiar, local setting. Young people will learn in groups of varying sizes and perform twice a year in public. The outcomes for our community will be great, raising aspirations overall and bringing both young people and their parents together from the diverse local populace.

This project between Abingdon Music Centre (Charity 309181) and the Early Intervention Service in Abingdon (The Net) aims to support 16 vulnerable young people in achieving a music-based Bronze Arts Award.

LSO musicians working with groups from Special Schools across East London in collaboration with local Music Education Hubs and school staff.

Create Boltones is a new project funded in partnership with Youth Music. We are supporting young adults with a learning disability (16-25 years old) to play a brass instrument for the first time.