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‘Breaking into the industry’ day: outcomes & The Music Works commitments

Friday 10th December

Our ‘breaking into the industry’ in November was a huge success, fostering some great conversations and insights into how young people can break into the industry. Read about the day, outcomes and The Music Works’ commitments here

Arts Council England visit the Hub in Gloucester

Thursday 2nd December 

We had the pleasure of welcoming Arts Council England to our Hub in Gloucester for a tour of the space and to meet The Music Works team.



The Music Works appoints new chair: Caroline Norbury, MBE

Thursday 28th October 

We are excited to announce our new chair, Caroline Norbury, MBE.

“Caroline is joining us at a really exciting time in our development as we launch our new inclusive music hub in Gloucester. I feel certain that she is going to play a huge part in leading us to become a national centre for inclusive music, making a difference to thousands more young people’s lives.” (Deborah Potts, CEO The Music Works)

Read the full press release here 

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The Music Works wins Queen’s Award for Enterprise for promoting opportunity through social mobility

April 2021 

We are so honoured to have been recognised with this prestigious Queen’s Award.

“Most of the young people we work with come from challenging circumstances, from living with domestic abuse to being a young offender to having mental health challenges, and the heights they can reach through our programmes, are incredible. We are thrilled to be recognised by the Queen’s Award scheme and very excited about what the future holds for these talented young people.”

Read the article here

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