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Join a Group, Choir or Ensemble

Making connections through music.

Come together and share the power of creating a musical experience with others. There are lots of opportunities to join a group, choir or ensemble and gain confidence through playing together with others.

Music production and DJ skills

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Tuesday evenings during term time

Education

Bristol Youth Studios

Ages 13-17

Access Creative College

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Creative groups and orchestras

FLOW Creative

FLOW Creative is an accessible music-making programme for disabled young musicians in Bristol aged 11-25, who want to play music together, try something new and get creative.

Our friendly music leaders and guest musicians run activities each week.

 

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National Open Youth Orchestra

National Open Youth Orchestra (NOYO) is the world’s first disabled led national youth orchestra, founded by Open Up Music charity.

NOYO supports 11-25 year-old disabled and non-disabled musicians to rehearse and perform together as members of a pioneering inclusive ensemble.

Rehearsals for the Bristol NOYO Centre are hosted by Bristol Beacon at Beacon Music Centre.

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Further ensemble opportunities

Take the next step and boost your learning with musical opportunities from our partners.

We work closely with these specialist organisations to support young musicians looking for further performance, development and training.

 

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