London

Event type: 
Training, Performance

We are pleased to invite applications for Innovate; Sound Connections’ longstanding programme supporting music projects for children and young people in challenging circumstances in London.

Job type: 
Part-time
Position: 
Administration
Region: 
London
Closing date: 
Thu 19 Apr 2018
Job type: 
Part-time
Position: 
Project Management
Region: 
London
Closing date: 
Sun 15 Apr 2018

The unique Grand Union Youth Orchestra (GUYO), London's pioneering world music and jazz youth ensemble, brings together young musicians aged 12 - 26 who wish to explore the world's major musical cultures. Players of non-Western instruments are particularly welcome.
The Grand Union Youth Orchestra runs monthly masterclasses/workshops for its members as well as open introductory workshops during school holidays and half-terms for new recruits. 

Job type: 
Part-time
Position: 
Project Management
Region: 
London
Closing date: 
Tue 3 Apr 2018
Job type: 
Contract
Position: 
Other
Region: 
London
Closing date: 
Thu 22 Mar 2018

NICOLA (New International Company of Live Arts) is holding open auditions on 29th March at the Chelsea Theatre in London, from 11 am – 6 pm, as part of our Talent Factory to recruit singers, rappers, musicians, bands and spoken word. There will be a panel of judges including celebrity performers.

Job type: 
Permanent
Position: 
Project Management
Region: 
London
Closing date: 
Mon 2 Apr 2018

Mind the Music is a three year programme supporting young people with mental health issues, through music making. 
As part of the programme, Community Music is offering a series of training sessions for music and arts leaders across London. 
Anyone currently working with, or interested in working with, young people using the creative arts can benefit from this training. 
This first day-long training session will be held on Friday March 9th, at the Brady Arts Centre, in Whitechapel, London.

The session will be led by Jo Stockdale from the Child Learning and Development Advisory Centre. Jo looks at how new neuroscientific research can support our practice as arts leaders, focussing on how the brain develops throughout childhood and adolescence, providing a basis for further understanding of different mental health conditions, which we will look at more in depth in future training sessions.
 

Event type: 
Training, Networking, Performance
Job type: 
Part-time
Position: 
Administration
Region: 
London
Closing date: 
Wed 14 Mar 2018