Music and wellbeing project for 13-19’s

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Call out for young people interested in making music, meeting new people and doing something creative outside of school and college…

Music and wellbeing project for 13-19's
3rd February 2021

Call out for young people interested in making music, meeting new people and doing something creative outside of school and college…

Call out for young people aged 13-19 interested in making music, meeting new people and doing something creative outside of school and college!

Music can be a great way to express yourself, to connect with others, to try new things and create something you’re proud of.

New Tracks is a music and wellbeing project for young people in Manchester, delivered by Brighter Sound in partnership with 42nd Street, MyHub and One Education.

Each week, you’ll be supported by a team of professional songwriters and producers to create the music you want to make. Sessions will help to improve your wellbeing and develop your skills in:

  • Songwriting
  • Electronic music production
  • Collaborative music making
  • Lyric writing

No previous skills or experience required. New Tracks will be tailored to your interests, so just let us know what you’re into when you sign up!

When

Wednesdays 4-6pm, from 24 February to 31 March.

Where

Online, via Zoom.

We want these sessions to be open to all young people, if you don’t have access to the internet or a device (e.g. smartphone, laptop) please let us know when you sign up as we may be able to help.

How to get involved

To take part in New Tracks please complete the online form* below.

Sign-up form

Please sign-up by Fri 19 Feb, so we can send you the link to participate before the first session on 24 Feb. If you are under 18, we will require consent from a parent or guardian.

*If completing this form online presents any barriers to you, please let us know by calling 0161 546 5334 or emailing info@brightersound.com.

More information

If you have any questions, please get in touch with Lucy Wallace at lucy@brightersound.com.


New Tracks is supported by Young Manchester, who are administering the Thrive Grants Programme on behalf of Manchester Health and Care Commissioning (MHCC), Manchester City Council, MyHub and Youth Music as part of the Alliance for a Musically Inclusive England which is made possible by funding from the National Lottery via Arts Council England.