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One donation = twice the impact! Support our £10k Champions for Children appeal

One donation = twice the impact! Support our £10k Champions for Children appeal

BlogJun 01 2021Comments Off on One donation = twice the impact! Support our £10k Champions for Children appeal

Many young people face barriers to music, such as difficult home lives, race, gender, poverty and mental health. The pandemic has made existing social inequalities in the UK greater than ever, plus the government continues to cut funding to arts subjects at a time when they are needed most – especially for young people who don’t get a ...

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‘Jazz has always represented freedom of expression’ – David Austin Grey

‘Jazz has always represented freedom of expression’ – David Austin Grey

BlogApr 06 2021Comments Off on ‘Jazz has always represented freedom of expression’ – David Austin Grey

Did you know that 20 years ago on 30th April International Jazz Day was born? It was officially created by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization to recognise jazz music’s role in bringing people together around the world.   Our Career Development programme artists play a wide range of instruments with unique ...

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‘The musical heritage here feels very strong’: meet David Austin Grey

‘The musical heritage here feels very strong’: meet David Austin Grey

BlogFeb 06 2019Comments Off on ‘The musical heritage here feels very strong’: meet David Austin Grey

As our latest Achieve Your Greatness programme gets moving with two new primary schools in Birmingham this month, I stole a few moments with our newest workshop leader pianist and composer David Austin Grey … Jennie: This is your first AYG workshop, though you’ve worked extensively in education in the past. What are you expecting, ...

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