Are you OK? Bit concerned not to have heard from you since last week.
Today sees the start of my journey in exploring the issues around how to engage better with young disabled musicians and artists aged 18-30.
Last week Anna and I went over to Shape’s offices for a Speed Meeting Event that was focussed on Exploring Partnerships.
We are the Drake Music In Translation (DMIT) commissioned artists Ailís Ní Ríain, Rebecca Key & Melanie Clifford.
Hello from DM London!
We’re getting ready for two exciting projects this week, both kicking off tomorrow morning.
Invisibility is a common problem in our work. Loads of people – including many in the music sector – simply haven’t heard of us; and if they have, their knowledge is sketchy at best.
Music Mentoring programme in London Looking for one to one support in music making?
I’ve read the Henley Review (no government researchers to brief me…) and I’m feeling very positive!
Coalitions are, obviously, much in vogue in this country at the moment. Despite the oncoming train that is the October 20th announcement on spending cuts, the public appears to be, in the main, relatively content with the Conservative/ Liberal pact.