Youth Music Network

Want to be the first to hear about London music events, projects and opportunities? We support and enable members to kick-start an individual project idea, workshops in self-employment allow people to skill-up and working one of our many events offers real hands-on experience. Music Network brings together four leading traditional musicians to pool their considerable talents, and the results are even greater than the sum of the parts. Tara Breen, Laoise Kelly, Josephine Marsh and Nell Ní Chróinín have been setting the bar high as performers, both at home and around the globe. Dedicated and passionate, they’ll lead audiences through a programme of traditional tunes and songs, and for good measure, into a new Music Network commission by Josephine, a gifted tunesmith.

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In 2018, Mannheim was the first German city to initiate the position of a Night Mayor. Amongst other things, the Night Mayor supported the implementation of the Mannheim … Read More

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Youth Music Network

Together we will explore Oscar Wilde’s story of The Selfish Giant and produce our own creative response, looking at script writing, vocals, designing, directing, and performing. “I get involved in the opportunities, to build more knowledge about the industry, make new connections. I know if I need advice or guidance that they’ll support me.” Become part of a community of creatives who are shaping the future of music in London. There will be a series of events throughout the course of this 18 month project, which started in June 2017.

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It is operated by Donegal County Council and receives annual programme funding from the Arts Council. Curiosity, virtuosity and a deep understanding of the Irish tradition are just some of the things that unite this group. Hot on the heels of his critically acclaimed An Irish Viola/Vióla Gaelach album release with Steve Cooney, Sligo fiddle player Seamus McGuire brings the … Read More

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Youth Music Network

This group will be limited in number, and be made up of those who can collaboratively represent the wide and diverse experiences of Bradford’s music sectors, from local grassroots through to those having a major impact on the regional and national music scene. If you’re a student pursuing a career in music, check out the Music Network website. It’s packed full of articles and blog posts to help you engage with the issues you are facing. You can also sign up to join the Network, and find out about upcoming events and training.

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Want to be the first to hear about London music events, projects and opportunities? We support and enable members to kick-start an individual project idea, workshops in self-employment allow people to skill-up and working one of our many events offers real hands-on experience. Music Network brings together four leading traditional musicians to pool their considerable talents, and … Read More

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