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Are you new to music-making? If so, this may be the most fulfilling step you ever take.
So much to choose from.
Our mission is to get the benefits of music-making out into all communities by “doing music differently”.
Drum and Brass is a not-for-profit music making organisation.
Establishing regular spaces which bring people together to make music
Advocating to dismantle barriers to musical progression
Supporting our sector with a music-making network and CPD
unique things happen when people come together
We have always created projects that have team work, skill sharing, inclusivity and creating a safe environment to express yourself and lead to working confidence in working independently.
As well as working with local communities in Leicester, D+B have worked with many organisations and individuals around the UK to collaborate and elevate their practices.
There are many opportunities to get involved with us to volunteer, partner up with projects or just have a nice chat about your own practice and how we can help. The whole team is very approachable and all have a range of skills that they can share with you.
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Speak to us and we can help plan your new project and bring it to life from applying for funding to helping to completion.
Over the past two interviews we have gathered a detailed understanding of Prabandh Gayan and its transformation from the Vedic period (2500BC) to the contemporary styles of today. In this third and final interview with the artists, regarding our research of...
Children of a Revolution is the product of 2 Black Country-creatives: Eve Biggs and Saffron Hill, who have a clear vision of how the arts aid wellbeing. Drum and Brass has provided 6 months mentoring to Eve and Saffron with the following results. The Journey: Saffron...
Davina's Interview on BBC Radio Leicester - March 2022 https://www.youtube.com/embed/W0tE3k93VS4 Jimmy: Friday morning Jimmy here with your breakfast. Now this is really exciting. I don't know whether you've actually done this yourself, decided to learn something...
It started as a celebration of the 70th birthday of Geoff Forse who has managed the Woodgate Resources Centre for over 30 years, many of them as a volunteer. He has ensured that people of all ages have had access to music lessons - learning a range of...
Research and artist interviews conducted by Pritam Singh Artists Kankana Banerjee Malyaban Chatterjee Afzal Hussain The journey to research Prabandh Gayan continued with our second set of interviews with our selected three masters. The theme of this interview...
Listen to the interview: The project's called women's musical leadership online network. And it connects with lots of other pilot projects and a book also entitled women's musical leadership. we started it out as an online project funded by open which is where...