Colours of Music Orchestra performed Colours of Freedom, Saturday 1 July, 2pm, HU1 Theatre, Hull College.
Check out our latest blog, film and recordings from the performance.

All about Accessible Arts & Media's Inclusive Music Project in York.

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Helping Young People Build a Future.


Myplace provides a wide range of activities for young people including dance, drama, music, art and youth clubs. Myplace also provides many daytime activities for adults including courses and tea dances.

The RPU collective is a project between Hull Music Hub and the youth service.  Staff from the music hub will work in youth centres across the city engaging young people in developing instrumental skills, song writing, DJing, and singing.  They will work towards bronze arts awards, put on gigs and performances and record their music in Hull University Studios.  

Clayton Village Primary School is a community school which values every child and strives to ensure that all our children enjoy learning in a happy, safe environment,feel valued, work hard and are encouraged to reach their full potential. We value our good relationships with families, friends and the wider community. Our exciting new project - Moving on Up will 

We'll work with Year 6 pupils on a project that supports them to make the transition from primary to secondary school by participating in a creative participatory music-making programme and developing links with a group of young music and creative mentors from catchment secondary schools. Our project will be designed in consultation with our pupils, pupils from the secondary schools working alongside professional music tutors and partners including Bradford Music Education Hub and Making Your Mind Up (mymup) - a specialist support service tackling mental health issues amongst children and young people. Themes such as isolation, cultural diversity, confidence, bullying, hate crime and resilience will be explored in 36 out of school hours music making sessions leading to celebratory performances at CVP and the partner secondary schools where certificates of achievement will be given out to all pupils who have successfully taken part. CVP pupils will be offered the opportunity to gain Arts Award Explore accreditation. We will create a Moving On Up Learners Pack to be used in the school in subsequent years and to share more widely in the Bradford Education and arts and creative sectors and beyond. 




This is our new rap-metal track, Going Off On One! We ran a Youth-Music funded workshop for young people who have learning disabilities on April 19th 2017, and this is the film created from the day. Participants had fun learning the Deftones inspired guitar riffs, playing the drum in military style, rehearsing screamo, discussing what made them angry, working on their own lyrics and flow - and of course as you will see from the video there was lots and lots of dancing! 

How is Community Radio in Bradford helping to broaden young people's musical tastes, develop communication skills and raise aspirations.