"Collaboration with funders to show how music impacts on early development, communication and wellbeing. "
Collaboration with funders to show how music impacts on early development, communication and wellbeing. Some of our research papers can be found on www.academia.edu.
Research and case studies depend on external funders without whom we could not realise our long-term vision of maximising life-skills through music. If you are a funder, philanthropist or would like to support music study please Get in touch
2013, funded by Youth Music.
A research project exploring musical learning in young children with profound cognitive and multi-sensory impairment.
2012, funded by EMI Sound Foundation
The aim of this project was to give children the chance to try different instruments, and to learn to compose and performance as a group.
2010, This research explores the different responses that partial and profoundly deaf young children make to a range of different instrumental sounds.
2008, funded by Youth Music
Piloting new resources for music making with very young children. The responses from participating groups were recorded with feedback given by the music specialist.
2007, funded by Sound Connections
This snapshot report confirms the communicative benefits that music plays with vulnerable families and young children, citing the need for similar models to be adopted.