We offer professional development, training and hands on volunteering experiences in Music Technology / Music Industry / Media and Radio Industries, and wider Digital and Creative Industries, alongside a regional Artist Development Programme, working with local, national and international industry partners to provide exposure for developing and emerging artists.

We’re all about supporting YOU and YOUR creativity…

I am looking for young people aged 11-23 with a diagnosis of autism

How we made this song on the My Pockets 'Growth Spurt' project.

Exciting workshops for aspiring songwriters and musicians aged 11 to 16 - from beginners to those with some experience. 

2017 brought more activities and talent than we could have imagined during our first year of delivery. Children and young people have explored the use of a variety of instruments and we have taken our Urban Poets programme to the next level by recording young people's own tracks and filming a music video in the local area.

The young people have set up their own YouTube channel HU6 Media, which has been extremely successful.

Square Chapel Arts Centre, bringing you the best in film, theatre, live music, comedy, family shows, workshops and more.

The National Centre for Early Music has been working with the York Music Hub, as part of Music4U, to embed regular music activity within The Danesgate Community Pupil Support Centre in York.


Cristian’s Story

Cristian Gabor is a 15 year old young person living in the Great Horton area of Bradford.  He is of Slovak/Roma descent, like many of the young people attending this youth club.  

Cristian is a talented pianist and inspires his friends to get involved in music. He’s a born Music Leader! Check his story!

Does Music make a difference to NEET young people?
For NEET young people there are often many barriers to learning and developing, and they are often told that they will never achieve anything in life.  Using music as a tool for our groups helped raise their confidence and motivation and has provided them an opportunity to achieve accreditation.
On Trax funded through Youth Music provided young people with the time, space guidance and venue to practice skills of writing and recording their own styles of music in their own time and at their own pace, using their personal stories and inner most thoughts to produce lyrics.
The project offered a unique opportunity to work alongside professional music producers who shared their skills, knowledge and expertise and stories, and created a platform for young people to develop knowledge about the music industry.
“I didn’t know there were so many jobs available, my writing skills are not that great, but my IT skills are spot on, and I feel I could do something more technical even if it’s behind the scenes, I might look at doing a course at college to help me for my future” (young person’s comment)

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Wed 29 Nov 2017