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“Wired4Music does something really special for people like me – it allows us to realise our potential”

Please consider supporting future young musicians like Jasmine Kahlia, a former member of Wired4Music, to access the opportunities that Wired4Music offers to all young Londoners.

“Being a member of Wired4Music gives us responsibility, experience and confidence. Learning curves are part of the Wired journey – what works, what doesn’t work, and how to make it better the next time.

We are encouraged to go out and experiment with our working methods, visiting different organisations as Wired Ambassadors, and attending events and workshops. We are given such a diverse platform to expand our skills and become outstanding members of society, skilled creatives and big thinkers.

Ask me what support Wired4Music gives – it’s hands-on training, paid opportunities, funding for projects, opportunities to network with different organisations, workshop facilitation, information and guidance about working freelance, paying taxes if you are self-employed, budgeting – really hard-core work that is so significant for people aged 16-25 when transitioning between education, internships and paid employment.

Wired4Music does something really special for people like me – it allows us to realise our potential, gives us direct support to develop our skills, and helps us build experience for our next steps. The work that Wired has done for me and others is so inimitable and so needed; they really need support to keep going so they can guide lots more young musicians into the creative industries.

If you can donate even a small amount to Wired4Music you will be directly supporting a new and existing generation of young creatives with the potential to lead and create various projects. They could be revolutionising the way people access music, workshops and facilities in a few years from now. Let’s give them the resources so that we can hear their voices and ideas and let them lead the way!”

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