Centre Partially Re-Opened

Colwell Arts Centre has now partially re-opened for new instrument hires, and existing hirers to return or exchange instruments. We are operating an appointment-based system so please contact glosmusic@gloucestershire.gov.uk with any enquiries or to book your appointment.

If you are a self employed teacher or school looking for support with regards to planning for the forthcoming academic year then please click here.

COVID-19 Instrument Hire Help

We understand at these difficult times that some families will be finding payment of these invoices challenging, especially where you might have significantly reduced incomes. We do not want to let money be a barrier to your child continuing to learn on the instrument they have chosen and we have made funding available to support this. Please click here to complete the COVID-19 Instrument Hire Help form and email to mark.medland@gloucestershire.gov.uk

Musicians wanted for 'Reaching Out' - World Music Project

Published
24.11.2016

Reaching Out is a new music making project to encourage young people from ethnic minority and/or newly arrived communities to take part in music ensemble activities across Birmingham.

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Reaching Out is a partnership project delivered by Quench Arts, mac makes music and Services for Education (Birmingham Music Service).

The programme aims to recruit and train 6 highly skilled musicians from a range of folk/world traditions reflective of Birmingham communities, to develop their skills and repertoire to work with children and young people. They are particularly interested in hearing from musicians with Polish, Romanian, Irish, Syrian or African musical backgrounds, though are open to applications from musicians performing other traditional music from around the world.

Download more information and an application form here

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