Working with communities and partners to make music happen
“Its been a pleasure working with you over the years and supporting the great work Drum and Brass do!”
Nell and Louise at the Leicestershire and Rutland Community Foundation
This Heritage Lottery-funded project t D+B founder Hari Trivedi back to the roots of Indian classical music
Brass of the Saff, funded by Youth Music, unlocked talent and generated a musical culture on Leicester’s Saffron Lane Estate.
Arts Council England funded this project to explore Leicester’s iconic New Walk Museum (The Dinosaur Museum) in music.
Drum and Brass has been mentoring “Children of Revolution” to develop their CIC which supports marginalised communities through the arts
1n 2016 D+B director Julie ran a three-day project with 60 children to create a Queen’s Jubilee Fanfare at Oakland Special School
Second interview with Indian Classical Musicians about Prabandh music, summarised by Drum and Brass researcher Hari Trivedi
Transcript of “Doing Music Differently” conference keynote speaker Helen Minors, talking about music, women, leadership and change
First interview with Indian Classical Musicians about Prabandh music, summarised by Drum and Brass researcher Hari Trivedi
Written by Julie Hoggarth In the run up to “No Bars_Music” exhibition at Bishop Street Methodist Church, opening Monday June 21st 2021, D+B director Julie Hoggarth explores some of the barriers to music-making and ways to overcome them. This...
Author: Davina Vencatasamy Free music for all! This is the cry that comes across at meetings looking at the issues of diversity within music education. It sounds like a great idea, right? Kids who would never normally access one-to-one musical...
Author: Davina Vencatasamy I went on a walk with my 9-year-old daughter the other day. We had walked from Leicester City Centre (where we live) to Bradgate Park. In lockdown, it has been particularly difficult to get out and go on longer walks,...
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