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Youth Music Network

It’s time to equalise music-making, learning and earning by amplifying young… The importance and educational value of learning to play an instrument and to sing. Audiences can look forward to hearing captivating arrangements of songs and instrumentals and a brand new Music Network commission by these wonderful musicians. Audiences can look forward to hearing captivating arrangements of songs and instrumentals as well a brand new Music Network commission. The programme will explore traditional grooves, great melody and the beautiful sonority of the viola.

The group, who have recently been renamed ‘In Good Company’ was founded by Dublin accordion player, Paula Hanley and London fiddler, Karen Ryan. Each group performance features a representation from the 80 female musicians and singers who are committed to the project, and accompaniment by former London Lasses pianist, Pete Quinn. This evening ‘In Good Company’ will also present traditional Irish (sean nós) songs, airs and Irish … Read More

Quaker Music Network

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. This is a warm and intimate conversation of equals, one on which listeners are privileged to eavesdrop. 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. Explore useful resources created by Youth Music, our grantholders and the music education community. The Youth Music Network is the place to apply for our grants and connect to the online community for everyone whose work involves making music with children and young people.

Researchers and practitioners from a number of different fields can respond to the live events via the … Read More

Music Network Ireland Tour

It’s time to equalise music-making, learning and earning by amplifying young… The importance and educational value of learning to play an instrument and to sing. Audiences can look forward to hearing captivating arrangements of songs and instrumentals and a brand new Music Network commission by these wonderful musicians. Audiences can look forward to hearing captivating arrangements of songs and instrumentals as well a brand new Music Network commission. The programme will explore traditional grooves, great melody and the beautiful sonority of the viola.

You will gain FREE access to webinars, networking CPD events, online resources, 1 month hire of a resource box as well as discounted tickets to our SEND Gathering. We are also offering a combined offer of £15 for both our Full Early Years and SEND Network Membership. Payment is by invoice payable to NYMAZ, or direct bank transfer. Recovery curriculum https://www.cdoass.com/ resources, using songs to address the … Read More

Youth Music Network

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 warmth and richness of the viola to the fore in this collaboration. Joining him on viola is Niamh Varian-Barry, a highly accomplished singer, composer and multi-instrumentalist and one of a select few who can move between classical and folk music with ease.

These have been held for more than 30 years and enable both instrumentalists and singers to make music together in a Quaker atmosphere. In the future, it may be possible for QMN to become an umbrella for other Quaker music-making projects. Full Membership costs £25 per setting, or £10 for self-employed individuals.

This group will be limited in number, and be made up of … Read More

Quaker Music Network

Classical music network – CLASSICAL MUSIC DOT NETWORK presents the finest classical music selections from the last 50 years. The Youth Music Network is where you can find out how to apply for one of our grants, connect with the online community of music practitioners and explore our inclusion resources. Check out and add to our own diary of musical events, activities and opportunities for young musicians. Google Home Action from hereand say ‘Hey Google, talk to Get Me Radio! 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 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 … Read More