Soundwaves

Young girl playing with woman on Skoog accessible music instrument
Man and young woman playing with percussion instrument
two boys singing into a microphone
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Young girl playing with woman on Skoog accessible music instrumentMan and young woman playing with percussion instrumenttwo boys singing into a microphone
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Sense Scotland's Soundwaves project launched in August 2014 at our Summer Sensations event and is funded by Creative Scotland's Youth Music Initiative.

The project aims to open up the world of music to new groups of young people we support in Glasgow and extending to Dundee. As well as providing music sessions the project offers opportunities  for Sense Scotland support staff and volunteers to be trained. This will expand our capacity to deliver music sessions to young people who have previously had limited access to these opportunities.

David McCluskey: "Soundwaves performances have already highlighted the wide range of musical styles and musical identities of participants exploring world music, song, dance, new-media and electronic sound compositions and improvised multi-sensory music."

 

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