The Music Man Project
The Music Man Project is a music service for children and adults with learning disabilities and difficulties and/or autism and perform in the Royal Albert Hall and the London Palladium theatre in London and helps make music lessons accessible for all.
The music service provides music tuition that leads to inspirational performances in the venues across the United Kingdom, give grants for accessible performing arts education, promotes equal access to perform, carry out research and raises awareness of the achievements of people in the arts.
The Music Man Project also makes musical opportunities accessible for children and young adults. They nurture musicality, deliver education of music, enjoying doing music and singing songs and performing in special schools, colleges, care homes and music lessons in the community.
The service delivers inspirational concerts and workshops across the country to raise awareness and challenge misconceptions for people with with learning disabilities and difficulties and/or autism.
The service has appeared for television and radio for interviews and performances.
The service can be use as a tool to install confidence, self-esteem and express the feelings in the songs and the joy of music.
It also has a range of musical content including sheet music and lyrics.
Telephone: 07786 864853
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