The Youth Music Trailblazer fund offers grants of £2,000 to £30,000 to organisations in England to run projects for children and young people (25 or under) to make, learn and earn in music. The project should trial work for the first time, test a new way or working, or disrupt the status quo (or all three!).
Read our new report exploring the links between songwriting, self-expression and wellbeing in young people.
If you thought the Early Years was all about singing ‘Wheels on the Bus’ and Nursery Rhymes, prepared to be surprised. Check out some of the exciting work taking place across the country.
Check out some of the ways music industry organisations have used investment from the Youth Music Incubator Fund to open up career opportunities to young people who are underrepresented in the industry.
NextGen Contributing Writer Lisa spoke with Hema (director of Pedestrian Leicester,) Tian (facilitator with Pedestrian and rapper) and Max Wheeler (composer) about their grime opera, and how it's making classical music more inclusive.
This International Women’s Day, check out some of the young women we know who are making waves in the music industries.