Take a Bow
See also: Primary, Secondary, Western European Art Music
Supported by the Mary Janet King Fund, Enterprising Provan, Bellahouston Bequest Fund, The National Lottery Community Fund
Take A Bow offers free weekly string tuition in violin, viola, and cello, as well as music theory and musicianship workshops for young people aged 4-25.
See also: Life-long learning, neurodiversity, Music and health, widening participation.
Supported by Impact Funding Partners and The National Lottery Community Fund
Beatroute Allsorts is a weekly service for adults with additional support needs and their carers, providing activities such as Music, Arts and Crafts and Yoga. Experienced tutors from University of the West of Scotland and Riverside Music College facilitate band workshops and song-writing sessions, with a focus on inclusion and accessibility.
Youth Music Group
See also: Primary, secondary, Rock and Pop, Widening participation
Supported by The National Lottery Young Start fund and The National Lottery Community Fund
Free weekly music tuition and workshops for young people aged 13-25 at Beatroute Art Centre including song-writing workshops, music studio access and band rehearsals with experienced tutors from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, University of the West of Scotland, University of the Highlands and Islands and Riverside Music College. Instruments taught include drums, vocals and guitar.
See also: Rock and Pop, Health and Neurodiversity, Community Music Hubs
Connect 21 provides music workshops for young people with complex needs and their parents/carers. The focus of this programme is to help young people who may have recently left school transition into adult day-care services, but the group will also be open to those with additional support needs who may want to participate more broadly.