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    Live Music Now concerts at The Bridgewater Hall

    Live Music Now will be presenting 2 concerts for special schools in the Barbirolli Room at The Bridgewater Hall in the Spring and Summer terms (dates tbc). Concerts last an hour and are suitable for young people aged 7 and upwards. Our specially trained musicians make sure the concerts are inclusive and participatory. If your more

    MyHub involved in Arts Council England’s peer development programme.

    MyHub join with Resonate (Liverpool) and Sheffield music hubs as part of the Arts Council England peer development programme. The areas of focus are communications, governance and progression. Lindsay Thomas (One Education Music and MyHub), Jonathan Dickson (Resonate – Liverpool) and Ian Naylor (Sheffield Music Hub) are working together to reflect, share good practice, identify challenges and more

    MyHub Irish Centre Success

    Congratulations to Catherine McGoldrick, Orla Felcey and Conaill Durcan who qualified for the 2017 BBC Radio 2 Young Folk Award Weekend – 16-21 category. They travelled to Kendal for a residential weekend culminating in a concert on the Saturday night. It was a memorable experience and they were notably the youngest group amongst university and conservatoire students. more

    “Thinking Differently” funding opportunity for high schools and SEND schools

    MyHub have set aside £20,000 to support the development of special projects in Secondary and SEND schools across Manchester. We are inviting Secondary or SEND schools to apply to our investment fund to deliver innovative projects that engage large numbers of students in regular musical activities during the year. MyHub wants schools inspire and engage pupils more

    My Music My Manchester Project 2016

    The My Music My Manchester project took place between 24th and 30th October 2016. Thirty young people from Manchester involved with artists and teachers and seven partners to bring a project to fruition which was about home and identity. The video tells the story more