We inspire, connect and open doors to the music industry so that underrepresented young talent has an equal chance to realise their creative potential.
Inspired by the critically acclaimed and award-winning musician Abram Wilson, we provide visibility, access and opportunity within an industry which is often closed to all but the most privileged.
We meet young people exactly where they’re at
Whether that’s at school, in the community or online – and encourage them to find their unique musical identity.
We offer practical support to emerging musicians and music professionals
by sharing valuable connections and opportunities.
Check out our free video tutorials to start creating your own music! They’re packed with tips, tricks and how-tos of making music, from professional musicians.
Find out about our exciting career development programme for up-and-coming artists and music industry professionals to help you get ahead in the industry.
Rising star Jas Kayser is one of the nominees for this year’s Jazz FM Breakthrough Act. The drummer, band leader and composer is also leading our latest Future Sound Live programme, collaborating with 11-18 year olds in Hackney. We grabbed five minutes with Jas for a chat about her own inspirations, influences and forthcoming album.
Oscar’s recorded three new videos on how to use the production software BandLab to make your own track. They’re part of our latest Future Sound Digital series of 5-minute tutorials by talented professional musicians to inspire 11-18 year olds to get into making music.
London, Summer 2012. In the aftermath of losing Abram, Jennie formed the kernel of an idea for this charity, to continue the work that they had started together. With endless passion, commitment and time, we have grown – from a side hustle, to a full time role, to a small team. As we head towards our 10 year milestone in 2022, we’ve been doing a lot of work behind the scenes to get down to the core of what we need to achieve over the next five years.
“Abram Wilson is an inspiring organisation. It reminds me always that music is vital
not just creatively, but socially – and that music can transform us all for the better.
It’s a privilege to support such positive, innovative people and their musical mentees.”