Sound Connections

Rich Mix, 35-47 Bethnal Green Road, London E1 6LA, United Kingdom

+44 (0)20 7729 7220

http://sound-connections.org.uk

London

Sound Connections develops, enables and empowers individuals and organisations to deliver high-quality music-making with children and young people across London.

We achieve this through three interconnected strands of activity:

  • Music programmes and projects: We are uniquely placed to manage meaningful partnerships and programmes providing music-making activities for 0-24-year-olds across London. In partnership, we provide music-making, mentoring and work experience opportunities to develop young people and improve their opportunities in life. We also bring young people into decision-making, enabling them to engage and contribute more fully to the debate around their provision.
  • Information and training: We provide a wide range of courses, bespoke advice and support to those delivering and managing activity to ensure higher quality music provision for young people. We also offer extensive information on job roles and work within the sector and signpost to a broad range of training and networking provision.
  • Research and development: By using the knowledge and evidence gathered from our activities, training programmes and relationships with over 2,500 members and regional and national decision-makers, we continue to inform and improve the music education sector.

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  1. Girls Rock London: Challenging the under-representation of women in music head on
    Girls Rock London: Challenging the under-representation of women in music head on

    […] year, with help from Sound Connections‘ Innovate programme, we employed three young women to curate this element of the camp. We […]

    12 January 2018 at 3:45 pm
  2. New Seven Ages festival places Wigmore Hall Learning programme centre-stage
    New Seven Ages festival places Wigmore Hall Learning programme centre-stage

    […] events for under-fives, schools, families and adults, we’re also launching two new events: Sound Connections and Wired4Music invite anyone to drop in and explore their own Musical Pathways in a visual art […]

    17 January 2018 at 8:39 pm

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  • Music programmes and projects: We are uniquely placed to manage meaningful partnerships and programmes providing music-making activities for 0-24-year-olds across London. In partnership, we provide music-making, mentoring and work experience opportunities to develop young people and improve their opportunities in life. We also bring young people into decision-making, enabling them to engage and contribute more fully to the debate around their provision.
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