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Posts Tagged ‘musical inclusion’

[PODCAST] [3] Breaking the mould: Wiltshire Music Connect’s community development model for a music education hub

Wiltshire Music Connect podcast interview

In this episode, I’m talking with Nick Howdle and Sophie Amstell of Wiltshire Music Connect, which is a music education hub. Hubs are partnerships of organisations in England, such as local authorities, schools, voluntary and other organisations who receive government funding to create joined-up music education provision in their local area. They’re required to fulfil…

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Make Music Gloucestershire – resources for inclusion in music

Resources for inclusion in music

Make Music Gloucestershire, the music education hub for the county, was launching an Inclusion Conference. They wanted to add value to the event by signposting people to resources to help make music education more inclusive. They approached us because Anita has worked with the partnership over many years, and has a special interest and knowledge…

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‘SWAG’ Musical Inclusion / Youth Music – case studies

SWAG musical inclusion case studies

The most vulnerable and disadvantaged young people in our society are often those who can benefit most from making music. Yet often because of the challenges they face, they’re the least able to access opportunities to do so. SWAG (Swindon, Wiltshire and Gloucestershire) Musical Inclusion was a programme funded by Youth Music and others, which addressed…

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