You may have seen the word TeachMeet used in association with Drake Music at conferences and events and be wondering what it means. Here is a quick overview: A TeachMeet […]
Sonic Vistas is a project from Ivan Riches, funded by Arts Council England which involved bringing disabled artists, musicians and film-makers together for an exciting cross-artform performance at Liberty Festival […]
From the 24th to the 29th August 2015 myself and fellow Drake Music Associate Musicians Caro Churchill and Fil Hill worked on a project called Summer Soundtrackers at Z-Arts in […]
Drake Music announce Imogen Heap as advocate for their work
Jonathan Westrup is Educational Manager for the Drake Music national team and is also an Associate Musician for the South West region. He recently attended the Fast Forward Festival at […]
As part of our Artist Development programme we are supporting the production of Sonic Vistas – a new cross-artform collaboration for Liberty Festival 2015
Drake Music are featured in the Independent with an article about the Hackathon at the Web We Want festival and an interview with John Kelly about the new instrument developed at the event.
After two and a half years my contracted work with Drake Music, providing social media support, has come to an end.
It’s been four weeks since I started here at Drake Music London and it has been a wonderfully varied and jam packed time.
I’ve recently been having meetings to look at Drake Music’s strategy for the next three years and beyond. In some senses this blog post is me thinking aloud, and it might sound like that, but I think it is important to share my thinking about the evolution of this wonderful organisation.