MADE stands for Musical Action for Diversity and Equality, and is a project for young people aged 13 to 18 (up to 25 years for young people with a SEN Support Plan or those who are registered with a disability), which uses music to address issues of inequality and encourage social change through music making.

Young people can learn about and explore issues that matter to them in a safe and supportive environment and using music as a tool for expression and creativity. Across the year, we will invite young people to join in with specific themes of inequality that are prevalent in society today, and use music to explore these themes.

Participants can contribute as much or as little as they feel comfortable with, and do not need any previous musical knowledge or experience to take part. The members of the musinc team will be on hand to guide you through the song writing process for those who lack confidence of experience in this area.

Musinc’s work is aimed at supporting musical inclusion and strive to ensure our activities are accessible for all, therefore if you require any additional support to take part please contact us to discuss your needs.

We plan to run the next ‘MADE’ project in the summer term of 2021 – sign up to our newsletter, keep an eye on our social media or keep checking back here to find out how you can sign up to take part.