COVID-19 Update: In light of the recent announcements regarding Tees Valley entering lockdown, we unfortunately cannot run any face to face group music activities until further notice. We are reviewing our programme and will be offering alternative ‘COVID-proof’ music making opportunities for young people as soon as we can.
MUSINC (yes, that’s right, not music inc, its MUSINC!) provides access to high quality music making for young people in the Tees Valley.
We know that young people can bring about positive change in their lives and the lives of those around them by getting involved in making music. Therefore we work with some of those most in need – young people (age 10-24) living in challenging circumstances in the local authority areas of Middlesbrough, Stockton, Hartlepool and Redcar and Cleveland.
We run several open access music groups for young people, we deliver intervention projects within particular settings, and we support music leaders by providing training and networking opportunities.
We are also able to offer a limited number of free places for 1:1 music tuition. This can take place either face to face in Redcar or Stockton, or online. Please contact us to find out if you are eligible to access free tuition.
We are funded by the National Charity Youth Music and are proud to be founding members of the Alliance for a Musically Inclusive England (AMIE). Find out more about AMIE here.
Working with Young Roma/traveller people by George Dura
An insightful and brilliant piece of work by one of Musinc’s music leaders, George Dura on working with young Roma/traveller people please take the time to give this a read by clicking here.