Rock Upon Tyne is a music group for Newcastle Upon Tyne Young Carers and their families.
Brighter Sound and Modular Music School are delighted to announce an exciting opportunity for young emerging laptop musicians to work with internationally renowned producers and composers on a new residency programme, in association with Band on the Wall.
OPUS2016 invites submissions from applicants of any age and background, with the chance to receive a professional commission as part of Britten Sinfonia’s award winning At Lunch series.
‘Towards a musically inclusive Teesside’
AllStars is a project that has integrated, inclusive, improvised group music making at its core.
Aldeburgh Sings will provide sustained musical engagement opportunities for young people in Suffolk. The three year programme will create two vocal strands, one in the north of the county, in Lowestoft, and one in the south of the county, in Ipswich. The two towns represent some of the most challenging circumstances facing young people in Suffolk, from those defined as NEET and at risk of social exclusion in Lowestoft to those from ethnic minority groups and non-English speaking in Ipswich.
We are working with Youth Music for another 3 years developing our initial, 'Music Makes Me Happy' project.
The New Young Voice Collective (NewYVC) Mass Singing Programme will create a Massing Singing Programme for childrem, young people, schools and teachers in East London.
Our music development programme (MDP) is for talented young singers, musicians and bands up to the age of 25.
The programme helps emerging young artists gain skills for performing while rehearsing and devising work for the stage in collaboration with other performers and musicians. There are opportunities to perform at a variety of events across the year. We take on new participants throughout the year.
An initiation and action research project to explore the best way to regularly engage service providers of youth justice and looked after children and gain their commitment to music activity for young people.
XLR is KWMC’s music programme, establishing creative partnerships with some of Bristol’s finest music organisations.