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During the Big Give’s Christmas Challenge week you can double your donation to Future Sound, between noon 28 November – noon 5 December!
Just donate through the following link and your donation will get doubled at no extra cost to you! Thank you.
We inspire, connect and open doors to the music industry so that MINORITISED 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.
In the 2022-23 academic year we ran two Future Sound projects in Manchester with Manchester Co-operative Academies, and a two-term project at Mossbourne Community Academy in London.
If you’re an up-and-coming artist or music industry professional check out all our free online resources to help you get ahead in the industry, and keep updated on when we run our career development programme.
When drummer Femi Koleoso accepted the Mercury Prize on behalf of Ezra Collective in September, he spoke powerful words about the importance of grassroots youth music organisations in the UK. He said: “This…
We’re pleased to share the video highlights of our latest Future Sound programme, which ran earlier this summer in Manchester. You can watch it here. The project was led by saxophonist, composer and…
We have some big news to share from our founder and CEO Jennie Cashman Wilson and Chair of Trustees Collette Philip. Jennie will be stepping down as CEO of the Abram Wilson charity…
“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.”