Belltree Music Therapy CIC provides 1:1 and group music therapy, voice / drumming workshops and other music-related activities to support emotional resilience, stronger relationships and better social and communication skills.
Bollo Sound and Vision Over the past few years, Musa Mboob has assembled his Bollo Project team by bringing musicians and educators to The Gambia to learn and play with the musicians there, add their own creativity and then pass on these musical approaches back in the UK. Bollo Sound and Vision is delighted to be able to offer workshops and performances to pass on all that they discovered and experienced on these trips.
Brighton Early Music Throughout the year, BREMF contributes to the vibrant arts scene in Brighton and Hove through its programme of choral concerts, workshops and schools projects. The annual Festival takes place in late October and early November and has built a reputation for lively and inspired programming, often exploring connections with different art forms and using performance formats and spaces that challenge preconceptions of early music.
Brighton Festival Youth Choir was founded by Juliette Pochin in 2002 and is one of Britain's leading youth choirs. It has toured to Prague, Belgium and Italy and has worked with many leading ensembles. BFYC enjoys an eclectic mix of opportunities, including recording at the Abbey Road studios, performing with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and joining forces with Brighton Festival Chorus.
Brighton Philharmonic Orchestra First created in 1925, the Brighton Philharmonic’s rich history continues with concerts that are stimulating, innovative and diverse, performed by top international soloists and professional orchestral musicians.
Carousel A key player in the Brighton arts and cultural scene since 1982 and now internationally renowned, Carousel works in partnership with learning disabled artists providing training, production and leadership initiatives that enable those who are often overlooked by mainstream arts to develop and showcase their creative skills.
Charanga are a world-leading music teaching and learning platform used in 62 countries, offering a vast library of resources, songs, instrumental courses and creative apps, with quality-assured training, support for blended and home learning, assessment, special needs education, and more.
The Crew Club in Whitehawk is a community led charity that provides opportunities for children and young people; enabling them to take part in a wide range of activities in one of the most deprived areas of the City from our purpose built, state of the art youth & community centre with a professional-grade music studio and outdoor sports facilities.
De La Warr Pavilion is a pioneering centre for the arts. A place where everyone can experience contemporary exhibitions, events and entertainment in an iconic Modernist building by the sea, on England’s south coast.
Eggtooth is a not-for-profit social enterprise based in Hastings that offers high quality mental health services, creative activities and a variety of projects to adults, young people, children and families, primarily offering training, mentoring and mental health support to schools, organisations and individuals who self-refer. Our newest venture,
Glyndebourne is an opera house in the heart of the Sussex countryside which is now one of the finest and most celebrated opera houses in the world, delivering performances to some 150,000 people across a summer Festival and an autumn season of opera and concerts that puts rising stars centre stage. Its award-winning Learning & Engagement programme is active year-round.
Go Kid Music is a dynamic non-profit music project specialising in original songs and signed teaching resources for primary schools. Their free online membership gives teachers access to a large collection of songs for learning by children’s songwriter Al Start. They also offer affordable online ukulele courses for children.
Hastings Fat Tuesday CIC is a not-for-profit organisation that delivers a year-round programme of activity to support the communities of Hastings and St Leonards. This includes the flagship Fat Tuesday Music Festival, biennial ‘Sonics’ electronic music festival and a range of live music events and community sessions/workshops to support musicians and young people, and provide engaging cultural experiences for all.
Hastings International Piano Competition has evolved from its earliest days as part of Hastings Music Festival to become an internationally-renowned competition for young concert pianists from around the world, attracting 170 applicants in 2019 across global auditions, 40 of which came to compete in Hastings. Their prize: the opportunity to perform with The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra on our two-night final and to win a first prize of £15,000.
Hastings Philharmonic is the first fully professional orchestra in Hastings since the 1930s when the Hastings Municipal Orchestra was based at the White Rock Theatre, then a major national centre for classical music and the favourite recording studio for the Decca Record Label.
Lifesize is a community interest company based in Hastings and St. Leonards-on-Sea, UK, providing music and arts engagement with young people and adults of all ages, including those with learning disabilities and people experiencing mental and physical health challenges. .
London Mozart Players were founded in 1949 by Harry Blech to delight audiences with the works of Mozart and Haydn. It’s rich history connects it to the greatest names in classical music, while its pioneering approach to music-making marks the orchestra as a leader in terms of outreach, education and diversity, dedicated to reaching new audiences with classical music.
London Philharmonic Orchestra is one of the finest orchestras in the world, and aims to share wonder with everyone, through exhilarating performances, world-class recordings and a wide-ranging Education and Community programme, which connects with over 18,000 people each year.
The MET (Greater Brighton Metropolitan College) Greater Brighton Metropolitan College (MET) was created from the merger of City College Brighton and Northbrook College Sussex. We offer a comprehensive range of qualifications for 16-19 year olds, university degrees, full and part time courses for adults, apprenticeships and professional qualifications. The MET operates across five campuses in Brighton, Shoreham and Worthing.
Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment Education has members of all ages and abilities and each year the OAE Education programme. reaches more than 17,000 people across the country, often in areas where children have little or no access to live classical music.
Red Zebra ’s programmes bring together disadvantaged youth from all over the world. Their ‘Music in the Community’ programme allowed young people to find a value in their world through the healing power of music.
Seaglass Arts is a creative music-led early years project based in St Leonards, working collaboratively to make extraordinary and enriching artistic experiences with and for babies, toddlers and their adults. Led by musician Sam Glazer, Seaglass Arts is rooted in Sussex, where most of our workshops and performances take place, but also tours nationally and internationally.
Soundcastle is a charity with a vision to positively challenge and develop the landscape of community through a range of community music activities as well as coaching and development for music educators.
University of Brighton is a public university based on four campuses in Brighton and Eastbourne . Its roots can be traced back to 1858 when the Brighton School of Art was opened in the Royal Pavilion.
Virtual School for Children in Care (Brighton & Hove) Create Music works with the Virtual School for Children in Care to support access to instrumental/vocal lessons and music activities for Children in Care.
Create Music Supporters are organisations that are actively involved in music provision in our region and/or are committed to supporting musical engagement…