Drake Music have been featured on the Huffington Post with an article all about our Research & Development work, focusing on the hackathon we hosted at Web We Want festival in May 2015.
Two Drake Music groups will be performing live at Colston Hall, Bristol as part of the revolutionary Fast Forward Music Festival on 3rd July.
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.
On Sat 30th May Drake Music ran an accessible music hackathon as part of the Web We Want festival at the Southbank Centre, London. Drawing together a diverse group of […]
As a musician and workshop leader with an understanding of music as a process, a state of mind, and a tool for growth, I believe that focussing too much on the ‘final product’ of a project can sometimes be counter-productive.
I was so pleased to be working on this year’s City Of London Festival and to also have the opportunity to be working with 3 of the same schools and pupils who also participated in last year’s festival. This year’s theme and brief was ‘Street Guitar Concerto and Performance’.
Students from Ash Field Academy perform a rhythm piece as part of their BTEC and Introduction to Music work (NB: the video will begin playing automatically beneath the accompanying text) […]
This video was taken during a music session at Abbots Lea Assessment Centre during a Drake Music Sounds of Intent session. It illustrates a few things about the sessions that […]
This video clip shows an extract from a session at ‘Abbots Lea at Matthew Arnold’ – a specialised assessment service for pupils aged 3 – 7 years with complex needs. […]
This was originally posted as a blog by Jon Hering, but it’s such a great example of how the Sounds of Intent framework can be used to assess musical activity […]