Working In Music Network

The Research Network will bring together a wide range of practitioners and researchers, culminating in a major open conference that will launch the Music and Social Intervention Network into the wider research community. The UVG are delighted to be back delivering our weekly group singing sessions to young people in the Portsmouth area and providing… Think22 is a strategic programme of work that aims to increase inclusive practice and reduce barriers to participation in music… Having equality, diversity and inclusion as a strategic priority makes moral, financial and creative sense. Youth Music is a national charity funded thanks to the National Lottery via Arts Council England, players of People’s Postcode Lottery and support from partners, fundraisers and donors. Agendas will be circulated via email by Leicestershire Music and will also be available in the Music Coordinators Toolkit page of the LM website, shortly before the meetings take place.

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Bradford Music Network

The RNCM is proud to lead the International Benchmarking Group and Interplay, two unique and established networks, uniting outstanding institutions worldwide to enhance the professional and personal development of young musicians. An opportunity to network, discuss and raise any concerns and queries you may have regarding the delivery of music in schools. In Good Company (formerly ‘Fair Plé Ladies of London’) This 30-strong group of the finest traditional Irish musicians and singers based in London, first came https://www.pancakemeow.com/ together as the ‘Fair Plé Ladies of London’ to perform at the prestigious Cadogan Hall in June 2018. The Fair Plé movement was started in Ireland last year by internationally renowned singer/songwriter Karan Casey to raise awareness about and promote gender equality in traditional and folk music (). The Group went on to perform at the 20 th Return to Camden Town Festival and most recently at an International Women’s Day double … Read More