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Partnerships are central to the work of Sound Connections.

We work with individuals and organisations to deliver groundbreaking music projects for young people, team up with specialist providers to offer high quality courses and training, and engage with policy-makers at regional and national level.

If you would like to discuss a partnership with Sound Connections, please call us on 020 7729 7220 or email philip@sound-connections.org.uk.

Greater London Authority (GLA)

Greater London Authority (GLA)

Sound Connections works closely with the Culture and Education teams at the GLA.

Young People from Wired4Music, our music network for young Londoners, have partnered on various events. There have also been a number of joint training initiatives for music leaders and we are indebted to City Hall for hosting meetings and other events.

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A New Direction

A New Direction

AND are the Arts Council Lead Bridge Organisation for London. We work together closely to share expertise and research on music education and the wider arts sector. Sound Connections continues to support Arts Award and Artsmark.

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London Youth

London Youth

Sound Connections works with London Youth on their Young Culture Makers programme as well as advises more widely on their music activity. The programme supports grassroots youth and community groups to develop their creative arts offer for young people.

 

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Rich Mix

Rich Mix

Rich Mix is a cultural centre at the heart of Shoreditch and home to the Sound Connections team. We helped them establish their Young Ambassadors’ scheme and continue to partner on a range of events for the music education workforce and young people.

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Musicians' Union

Musicians' Union

The Musicians’ Union represents over thirty thousand musicians working in all sectors of the music business. As well as negotiating on behalf of its members with all the major employers in the industry, the MU offers a range of services for self-employed professional and student musicians of all ages. The MU is a delivery partner for the Sound Connections CME London and contributes to our other training events.

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