Make Some Noise!

Help shape the future of accessible music making; complete the Take It Away survey and be in with a chance to win £100.

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Are you a disabled musician or the parent/carer of a disabled child who enjoys music?

Do you teach music or run music projects for children or adults?

We are partners in a project with the Take It Away scheme, which aims to make accessible instruments and tech more widely available and affordable.

As part of this we are asking everyone involved with music education to share their experiences to help us capture a detailed picture of the experiences of disabled people regarding music making.

The findings will be made publicly available on the Creative United website and shared with educators, funders, and policymakers across the UK to inform the planning of future projects and investment.

Please let the families you work with know about this opportunity so they can have their say and be in with a chance of winning the £100 prize draw.

Music educators are also welcome to enter; you can tell us about your own experiences as a musician and be entered into the prize draw.

You can also tell us a bit more about your role and experiences as a music educator too.

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