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Developing Classical Music Audiences in Lancashire

A case study exploring Lancashire Classical Music Collaboration's ground-breaking partnership project between Halle, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic, Manchester Camerata orchestra, Preston Guild Hall, Blackburn King George's Hall and the Muni in Colne funded by Arts Council England.



By Helen Dunnett  | Published:2016 | Type: case-study


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Introducing classical music to families

Liverpool Philharmonic Kids Club was set up in 2012 in order to help children and their families to gain a better understanding of the world of Classical music. It is primarily aimed at children from 18-months to 12 years old. This case study is part of a series that supports the Family Arts Standards that have been developed by the Family Arts Campaign and the Family and Childcare Trust and provides guidance on how best to welcome families to arts organisations.



By Family Arts Campaign, Family and Childcare Trust  | Published:2014 | Type: case-study


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How to promote live music

Generator is recognised as the UK’s leading music development agency and, among other projects, it runs Mapped Out, a development programme for emerging live music promoters. Generator has set up a touring network and supports promoters with practical audience development and marketing.  Bob Allan organises Generator's programme of advice sessions, master classes, training courses, seminars, conferences and showcases for UK talent. In this guide he provides the do's and don'ts of promoting live music in rural areas.



By Generator  | Published:2014 | Type: guide-toolkit


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Getting big audiences for contemporary classical music

Kroumata is a full-time chamber orchestra based in Sweden. Its mission is to perform contemporary music and promote the work of Sweden’s living composers wherever possible. This case study discusses how Kromata developed its audience and started to lead the way in contemporary classical music.



By Leif Karlsson  | Published:2014 | Type: case-study


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An exploration of the potential of music in youth justice

This review by US consultancy WolfBrown was commissioned by the Carnegie Hall’s Weill Music Institute in 2012. The purpose of the review was to invite readers and stakeholders – including organisations, musicians, staff, and advocates–to think about three key questions:  What exactly can music (or, more broadly, the arts) contribute to the reform of juvenile justice systems? What constitutes making that contribution responsibly and well? How do we build evidence that music (or the arts more broadly) make a difference in the lives of youth, staff, families, or facilities? The study involved extensive desk research as well as contributions from …



By Dr Dennie Palmer Wolf, Lea Wolf  | Published:2014 | Type: research


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Music and healthcare: the benefical impact music has on health

This study by US based consultancy WolfBrown was commissioned by the Musical Connections program of Carnegie Hall’s Weill Music Institute.  In 2011, on the back of the apparent success that Musical Connections had on impacting participant’s lives, Carnegie Hall made a decision to roll the program out on a national level.  In preparation for this WolfBrown were asked to carry out a piece of work to demonstrate, through extensive desk research, the impact that music has on health and well being.  The study covers a wide variety of health issues and the benefits that music can bring.  It also covers …



By Dr Thomas Wolf, Lea Wolf  | Published:2014 | Type: research


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Teenagers and orchestral music

A description of the Orchestra Live programme which is touring First Time Live Youth, aiming to change the way orchestral concerts are perceived by young people. The initiative gives young people the responsibility for programming, presenting and performing in the concert, aiming to make a first-time orchestral concert experience a catalyst for longer-term musical engagement and appreciation.



By Matt Carwardine-Palmer  | Published:2013 | Type: article


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