Projects

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.

Future Talent is now accepting applications for its one and three year music bursaries. The Charity is looking for gifted young musicians from anywhere in the UK, from low-income backgrounds. Each bursary includes: mentoring, career and general music advice, performance opportunities and a financial award.

An 18 month programme of Mentoring and Weekly Music workshops for residents of Leicester YMCA, embedding staff development, Arts Award Bronze and embedding music with in the wider YMCA. The programme aims to boost the resilience of young people with chaotic backgrounds through high quality music sessions and mentoring.

Are you a young composer aged 14 - 19, living in Scotland? Are you interested in composing and would like to learn more?

St. Barnabas  Youth Project 

We offer a variety of activivities for young people in local community from 5 yrs old - 18 years old . Activities we provide are below  : 

Dj Mixing Decks 

Games Console 

Table Tennis, Pool Table and Table Football .

Craft & Arts 

Performing Arts 

Cooking 

Detached Youth Work 

Sports Coaching 

Tuck-shop 

Termly Recreation trips 

Residentials 

YoungBlood Music is a new project established with the aim of supporting the development of young musicians. We focus on improving group and individual playing, promoting new music in organised events or on radio, but above all on providing a fun and fulfilling social activity. This can be achieved through music performance workshops, studio recordings, radio interviews and airtime on Radio Cardiff, plus ongoing guidance and advice.

Over the next 18 months Pedestrian will be working with residents of Kennedy House, utilising music to develop positive progression routes for young adults who are currently homeless.
The project will see regular skill developing sessions, Arts Award accreditation, one to one mentoring opportunities, as well as a CPD package for local music professionals and Keyworkers within the centre.

Are you a young musician aged 15 - 18, living in Hertfordshire? Are you interested in composing and would like to learn more?

Are you a young musician aged 15 - 18, living in Hertfordshire? Are you interested in composing and would like to learn more?

Go Compose! FREE Inspire Day at the Purcell School is a fantastic opportunity for 14-18 year olds, living in Hertfordshire who would like to have a go at composing with the support of a team of professional composers and musicians.