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Increasing participation in music: the Ethnic Contemporary Classical Orchestra model

This report provides an outline of the Ethnic Contemporary Classical Orchestra (ECCO) model, part of the wider programme of education delivered by Musiko Musika. ECCO aims to break down barriers to participation in high quality ensemble playing for children from diverse social and ethnic minority backgrounds. You'll find evidence collected from the ECCO projects at Kensal Rise Primary School and Stoneydown Park Primary School along with further observations from a range of different youth music ensembles and youth orchestras.



By Mark Troop, Musiko Musika  | Published:2013 | Type: case-study


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How to creatively teach science through music

Explore the impact of innovative teaching methods in science on attainment, achievement and attitudes of pupils. By encouraging teachers to use music when exploring the science of sound, this project demonstrates how lessons can be made more engaging.



By Janet Chapman  | Published:2013 | Type: case-study


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How live music events can be made more open to deaf and disabled customers Part 3: Appendices

State of Access Report is a systematic research into access and inclusion within the music industry. It examines views and approaches to access across the industry and sets out recommendations to ensure that all venues follow best practice. In particular, it includes suggestions for an ‘Event Standard’ to which all venues should subscribe. The study was user-led, with research conducted by Deaf and disabled music-lovers who are directly affected by these issues.



By Graham Griffiths, Nina Muehlemann, Attitude is Everything  | Published:2013 | Type: research


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How live music events can be made more open to deaf and disabled customers Part 1 Exec Summary

This State of Access Report is a systematic research into access and inclusion within the music industry. It examines views and approaches to access across the industry and sets out recommendations to ensure that all venues follow best practice. In particular, it includes suggestions for an ‘Event Standard’ to which all venues should subscribe. The study was user-led, with research conducted by Deaf and disabled music-lovers who are directly affected by these issues. This is the Executive Summary of the full report.



By Graham Griffiths, Nina Muehlemann, Attitude is Everything  | Published:2013 | Type: research


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How live music events can be made more open to deaf and disabled customers Part 2

This State of Access Report is a systematic research into access and inclusion within the music industry. It examines views and approaches to access across the industry and sets out recommendations to ensure that all venues follow best practice. In particular, it includes suggestions for an ‘Event Standard’ to which all venues should subscribe. The study was user-led, with research conducted by Deaf and disabled music-lovers who are directly affected by these issues.



By Attitude is Everything, Nina Muehlemann, Graham Griffiths  | Published:2013 | Type: research


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How Birmingham Contemporary Music Group delivers a family friendly offer

BCMG created a family friendly policy that in turn enabled the organisation to strategically enhance its family and youth oriented programming. Out-of-school creative participatory workshops for young people conclude with sharing opportunities for parents and friends. Families are offered front row seats at concerts, and have a specially designed concert programme with specially briefed stewards, more audience participation (before, during and after the performance), more flexible ticketing and a range of other innovations.



By Nancy Evans  | Published:2013 | Type: case-study


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A Guide to Successful Freelancing

Nick Cooper, resident blog author at NCC covers a wide range of useful information in this fulsome guide to successful freelancing. Includes: how to set up, get work, tax, insurance and other legal aspects, invoicing, staying motivated. A general guide for all types of freelancers across all sectors.



By Nick Cooper, NCC  | Published:2020 | Type: guide-toolkit


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