The Music Inclusion project focuses on accredited courses in music technology, supporting young people who face barriers to participating in music making. Music inclusion also aims to engage young people who are facing a range of significant challenges in their lives.
The Youth Music : Music Inclusion project, takes participants 14-25 through a Bronze Arts Award course in songwriting and recording. This helps helping them to develop a wide range of creative and soft skills.
Using our online learning platform, participants are guided, at their own pace, through the course. The online platform also provides all the information needed to successfully complete the Arts Award.
During the course, young people develop skills in five areas:
This project also involves delivering our Stage Invasion programme, partnering with Doncaster Music Hub. Working with schools and academies across Doncaster, Stage Invasion supports young musicians to develop original music and perform this live. We then offer the opportunity to play at a professionally-produced live event, held at an established music venue.
If you want to know more about any of our Youth Music projects, please complete the form at the bottom of this page. You can also find out more about Stage Invasion here.
The following video reflects on experiences from one of our previous Youth Music funded projects. Central to the aim of the project of being shaped by participants, this is in the words of the young people involved.