West Midlands Music is a collective of 14 regional Music Services with a shared commitment to ensuring high quality, progressive and ongoing music education for all children.
In March 2020, the West Midlands Music collective will be embarking on a unique and ambitious project called Big Month of Music, celebrating the musical achievements of children across the entire region and investing in their musical learning in the long-term.
Music can make a real impact on someone’s life. Music can inspire, give confidence, add value and elevate lives.
Hear the stories below from the people we support and their experiences…
Josh had his first encounter with Dudley Performing Arts at 8 years old, in Year 4 at Netheton C of E Primary school where he was chosen to learn the tenor horn.
I started having cello and clarinet lessons through the Wolverhampton Music Service when I was at primary school. From my very first lessons, I was encouraged to explore the depths of my instruments, and with the dedication of brilliant instrumental teachers, I grew to really love all aspects of music-making.
My time spent progressing through Wolverhampton Music Service played an enormous part in my development through school, higher education and post university.
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