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Youth Music Podcast

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The Youth Music Podcast talks to musicians, educators and policy-makers exploring some of the debates shaping our work around young people, inclusion and music-making. We believe music-making is life-changing. Every year, Youth Music provides nearly 90,000 young people with the opportunity to make music, helping them to overcome the challenges they face in their lives. Our music projects support young people to develop their creative and social skills, make positive contributions to their community and live happy, successful lives. To find out more join the Youth Music Network an online community for music education professionals to share practice, jobs, resources and research.

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6. Exchanging Notes with Kim Johnson, Sam Mumford, Helen Briner and Victoria Kinsella
In the sixth episode of Youth Music's podcast we talk to people who participated in Exchanging Notes, an innovative four year partnership project between music organisations and schools, funded by Youth Music. Delivery ended in 2018 and our research partner, Birmingham City University, have just completed their report, which is being launched towards the end of May. We discuss the forthcoming research, grounding it in the experience of the practitioners and researchers involved in delivering the programme of work. Over the course of the podcast, we picked up on the key ingredients for an effective partnership; the impact Exchanging Notes had on young people, practitioners and schools; and recommendations for the future, including some ideas about how best to refresh the Key Stage 3 Music Curriculum. At a time when a lot of press coverage is focusing on music in schools being under threat, this conversation looks at how new ways of working can engage young people in school-based music making and support their musical, personal and social development. This episode was hosted by Adam Cookson from Youth Music, and features: Kim Johnson from Derbyshire County Council, Sam Mumford from Drum Works, Helen Briner from The Warren School in Barking & Dagenham, and Victoria Kinsella from Birmingham City University. Youth Music Network: Join the Youth Music Network an online community for music education and youth work professionals to find jobs, share practice and download resources. Follow us on Twitter.com/YouthMusicNet for the latest news and future episodes of the Youth Music Podcast.  If you enjoyed the podcast please share, subscribe and rate us on your favourite podcasting app. Support the show
5. Hip Hop in Music Education with Charly Richardson, Güneş Güven and Kenny Baraka
In the fifth episode of Youth Music’s Podcast we talk to staff from Essex Music Service, the lead partner in the Essex Music Education Hub, about establishing and embedding hip hop and rap tuition across the music service. We discuss how this came about, how it's being delivered, what we can learn from youth work and community music approaches and what the experience for the schools and young people has been so far. The wide-ranging conversation highlights the role of hip hop in reaching and inspiring young people, its impact on forming personal identities and its effectiveness in supporting language development and expression. We also explore the roots of the culture, its evolution into modern forms of the genre and touch on some of the recent media controversy surrounding drill music.The episode is hosted by Carol Reid and Daniel Williams from Youth Music, and features: Charly Richardson, Essex Music Service Lead Officer, with Kenny Baraka and Güneş Güven - Artists, Facilitators and Educators working for Essex Music Services. https://twitter.com/CharlyR_MusicEd  https://twitter.com/iamkennybaraka  https://twitter.com/EssexMusicHub  Youth Music Network: Join the Youth Music Network an online community for music education and youth work professionals to find jobs, share practice and download resources. Follow us on Twitter.com/YouthMusicNet for the latest news and future episodes of the Youth Music Podcast.  If you enjoyed the podcast please share, subscribe and rate us on your favourite podcasting app.Support the show
4. 'We don’t fit in a box!' Exploring disability, innovation and music-making with John Kelly, Siggy Patchitt and Siobhan Clough
The fourth episode of Youth Music’s Podcast focuses on music and music education through the lens of people who are disabled. We look at some of the progress being made across the sector and discuss what must happen next to quicken the pace of change and think bigger and bolder. We explore bringing the social model of disability to life, representation in the workforce, ‘relationship based recruitment’, innovation and music technology, being more radical, and the interplay between politics, power and privilege. The episode is hosted by Carol Reid, Programme Director at Youth Music, and features: John Kelly - National Associate Musician with Drake Music and a self-employed professional touring musician/performing artist using cutting edge music technology including The Kellycaster - “a thing of beauty”. Siobhan Clough - Violinist studying at the Royal Academy of Music and a member of the FLOW Collective, BSO Resound, Outcry, Orion and London Graduates Orchestra with a passion for facilitating accessible concerts for those with additional needs. Siggy Patchitt - Head of Bristol Music Trust’s National Centre for Inclusive Excellence and on a mission to modernise the music industry by getting rid of the stuff that’s stopping people from fulfilling their creative and expressive potential. Youth Music Network: Join the Youth Music Network an online community for music education and youth work professionals to find jobs, share practice and download resources. Follow us on Twitter.com/YouthMusicNet for the latest news and future episodes of the Youth Music Podcast.   If you enjoyed the podcast please share, subscribe and rate us on your favourite podcasting app. Support the show
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Started
Oct 8th, 2018
Latest Episode
May 14th, 2019
Release Period
Monthly
No. of Episodes
6
Avg. Episode Length
About 1 hour
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No

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