Ben O’Sullivan of The Music Works, a Gloucestershire-based community music charity shares how they’re continuing to provide support and services to young people during lockdown.
You can listen now below, or on Spotify (search for the name) and iTunes. The transcript will be available shortly.
What’s in this episode?
We talk about:
- How The Music Works team planned their response
- What their services and support look like now – including online music mentoring, a group for learning disabled DJs, songwriting, a special schools concert, and iPad tuition resources
- Some of the considerations they’ve had to make including safeguarding
- What they’re learning from the constraints
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