COVID-19 Update: Our face-to-face music activities for young people resumed from Monday 19th April 2021. Our online sessions will also be available, running alongside our Musinc Nights at Middlesbrough Town Hall. Learn more.
Musinc provides access to high quality music making for young people in the Tees Valley. Our mission is to put music at the centre of young people’s lives and young people at the centre of music making.
We know that young people can bring about positive change in their lives and the lives of those around them by getting involved in music. Therefore we work with some of those most in need – young people ages 8-18 living in challenging circumstances in the local authority areas of Middlesbrough, Stockton, Hartlepool and Redcar and Cleveland. We also support young people up to the ages of 25 if they identify as disabled or have a support plan in place for special educational needs.
We run several open access groups that include music activities for young people, we deliver intervention projects within particular settings, and we support music leaders by providing training and networking opportunities.
We also offer one-to-one music tuition, which can take place either face to face in Redcar or Stockton, or online. Please contact us to find out if you are eligible for 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).
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