We will be running weekly sessions every Monday from 3.30 – 5.30pm *term time only* INCDrop is our new inclusive after-schools club for young people with additional needs. Come and make music in a friendly relaxed atmosphere with access to all of our assistive technology, sensory room and performance space to help you make the […]
Do you want to share the music you love with others and be able to make new friends? Come on down to The Hub, Gloucester on Thursdays from 3.30pm-5.30pm Who is it for? This is a programme designed for DJs with additional needs aged 18 and over, from beginner to intermediate level. What will you […]
Designed by young people, for young people. The Hub is a brand new facility in Kings Square and the first of its kind in Gloucester. It is a space for you to connect, collaborate and create the music you want with the chance to meet other like-minded creatives. Fitted with the latest inclusive music-making and […]
More than 100 people joined The Music Works online for Gloucestershire’s first youth-led music conference. It brought together music educators, industry professionals and young people with a stake in the future of music in Gloucestershire to look at how we can make music inclusive to ALL. All the videos from the conference are available here: […]
Is music your passion? Are you missing the opportunity to get involved in making music during lockdown? The Music Works have some great activities for you to join in with and even have a brand new website! www.musicworksathome.org.uk has been set up to support you with free ways to make music whilst you are at home. This […]
We measure our impact according to authenticity, inclusivity, engagement, creativity, empowerment and sustainability. We aren’t interested in one-off projects that don’t have an ongoing impact. We want to make a significant difference to young people’s lives in Gloucestershire.
The Music Works, 27 St Aldate Street
The Music Works is committed to a policy of equal opportunity and diversity in all areas of
its work. We want to ensure equality of opportunity and embrace and champion the artistic
and creative strengths that diversity provides. This extends to our participants, audiences,
the communities we work with, artists we support, our staff and trustees.
Our aim is that the work we create and the teams we work with to create it, are truly
representative of society, and that individuals feel valued and empowered when they work
We will strive continually to recognise and enable the access needs different individuals may
have and monitor our progress to ensure that we treat people equally and do not tolerate
any form of discrimination on the grounds of gender, gender reassignment, marital or
maternal status, family situation, ethnicity, nationality or national origin, social background,
disability, sexual orientation, religion or age.