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Music projects for children and young people coping with special educational needs, disabilities, sensory impairment and unemployment set to benefit.

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  • by Tomas

    Fri 26 Jun 2015

In May we delivered our first ever Grantholder Gathering in the North West. Our gathering at Band on the Wall (home of great live music for over 200 years) gave us the perfect opportunity to meet new Grantholders, share learning and practice from existing projects and to communicate the important policies and procedures of Youth Music.

Recognition that the sectors approach has validity in impacting on wellbeing came in the form, this month, of Noise Solution being asked to partner with the Suffolk wellbeing service.

Opening presentation about Musical Inclusion, what it means and what are we doing in Cornwall to work towards Musical Inclusion alongside the Cornwall Music Education Hub.

At the end of last year, the Musical Progressions Roundtable came together in a 'Progression Panorama' to look broadly at progression-related issues. We worked on what might be a long-term vision for music education...

  • by Anonymous (not verified)

    Tue 7 Apr 2015

The National Foundation for Youth Music today announced new grant awards totalling over £6.8m to 80 music organisations in England as part of its recently refreshed grants programme.

Music for Alice is delighted to announce the launch of its first funding round for 2015.

  • by Anonymous (not verified)

    Mon 16 Mar 2015

In a wide-ranging debate on the National Plan for Music Education at Music Education Expo last Friday, Matt Griffiths, Executive Director of Youth Music, called for less ‘box-ticking’ and a more sustained approach to music-making under the National Plan for Music Education

Welcome to the new Yorkshire regional discussion group.

If you are at the Music Education Expo today, please say hello and post any thoughts relevant to practitioners in Yorkshire and Humberside.

Win £6000 to develop your outdoor music project.