Young Musicians Support

an activity of Dartington North Devon Charitable Trust

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Thinking about continuing to study music after A Level? Read the experiences of past YMS awardees here.

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There are a number of funding bodies and charities that might be able to provide either further funding or helpful tips on how to pursue your musical career or even to help you purchase the right instrument for you. Take a look at some of the links below:-

Devon Music Education Hub - Devon Music Education Hub is a collaboration between all schools, music teachers, services and practitioners in the County, aiming together to make musical opportunities available, affordable, enjoyable and beneficial to every young person in Devon. The Hub is led by Babcock LDP Music Service, governed by a board with representatives from many organisations, and includes all schools and providers of musical opportunities for young people in Devon.

Making Music - We're here to provide advice, support and resources for leisure-time music groups and musicians across the UK.

South West Music School - South West Music School is a Centre of Advanced Training (CAT) and a music charity working with talented young instrumentalists, singers and composers aged 8 – 20 years in the South West of England. Due to the geographical nature of the South West, we are not building based but are a ‘virtual’ school working with young people on an individual basis in their local area.

 

 

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  Craig Ogden

Tamsin Whaley-Cohen

The Isimsiz Trio

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Jason Tierney - The very first YMS awardee, back in 1990!

Yazzy Chamberlain - singer songwriter

Callum Binns - classical guitar

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