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Sounds like… Winter!

Posted on January 21st, by Rebeka in Listen of the Month, Sounds like.... No Comments
Sounds Like... is our brand new playlist with a difference. Each month, we bring you a series of three pieces of music that we think encapsulate our monthly theme. And what better a theme ...read on


Yorkshire Youth and Music gets a new look!

Posted on January 21st, by Rebeka in YYM News. No Comments
Brand new for 2020, Yorkshire Youth and Music is pleased to announce a new set of articles looking at music and music education in a completely different way. Here is what to expect this year: ...read on


Music Makes Lives Better Because… it feeds your imagination

Posted on January 21st, by Rebeka in Heart of the Matter, Music Makes Lives Better Because. No Comments
‘Music Makes Lives Better’ is Yorkshire Youth and Music’s brand new slogan, which we feel is fitting for the work we do with children in challenging circumstances. Music is obviously ...read on


Professional’s Corner: Jess Armstrong

Posted on January 21st, by Rebeka in Musician's Corner, Professional's Corner. No Comments
Jess Armstrong is a singer, songwriter, teacher and workshop leader, based in Sheffield. She has a strong, soulful and versatile voice and as a singer and entertainer, she’s a confident ...read on

The Heart of the Matter: are the children taking part at the heart of the project?

Posted on December 18th, by Rebeka in Heart of the Matter, Mental Health. No Comments
In August, we wrote about our project working with young people accessing the help and support offered by CAMHS (Child ...read on


Ron Miller’s Improv Advice

Posted on December 18th, by Rebeka in Music Education News. No Comments
If you're a practising musician of any kind, Ron Miller's Advanced Improv Practice guide is for you! Even though it is from way back in 1991 (yes, the good old early 90's!), we think ...read on


Musician’s Corner – Paul Whittaker

Posted on December 18th, by Rebeka in Musician's Corner. No Comments
Paul Whittaker, MBE, is a leading deaf music educator; profoundly deaf since the age of 8, he read music at Oxford, and did postgraduate study at the RNCM. Founding Music and the ...read on


The Heart of the Matter: Mothers and their Babies in Secure Accommodation

Posted on November 19th, by Rebeka in Early Years, Heart of the Matter, Youth Justice, YYM News. No Comments
Less than a year ago, as we have already discussed in our Heart of the Matter ...read on


Yorkshire Youth and Music receives a Noel Buxton Trust award for Women and their Babies in Secure Accommodation

Posted on November 19th, by Rebeka in Early Years, Youth Justice, YYM News. No Comments
Yorkshire Youth and Music is delighted to announce that we have been awarded funding from The Noel Buxton ...read on


Musician’s Corner: Dan Loops

Posted on November 4th, by Rebeka in Musician's Corner, Youth Justice. No Comments
Dan Loops is one of the artists who works on our Secure Childrens’ Homes (Youth Justice Settings) ...read on