Make Some Noise gives young people the chance to discover exciting new musical worlds.
We want to break down barriers to musical styles which might be unfamiliar and challenging. We believe young people should not be restricted by the limits of the music they know and like so far.
Make Some Noise can introduce them to musical composition of other cultures, or classical forms like opera. Our Junknazium project invited pupils from a primary school to compose their own musical material by turning junk yard scrap into instruments. Using the theme 'passport to the world' the song created by the children was then performed at the school and the Victoria Hall in Hanley.
Through our Youth Operatunity programme, employing some of the most dynamic and inspiring music leaders in their field, Make Some Noise helped three young groups create their own short operas on the theme of teenage fears. The project culminated in the unique theatrical production that was FrightFest.
"This project has really helped me compose music, and with my singing. It helps boost your confidence in all elements of music."
If you want to help the young people you work with explore new forms of music with Make Some Noise, then call us on 01785 278 454 or email on email@example.com.