A new four-year research project, by Birmingham City University and national music charity Youth Music, has highlighted the importance of music education for young people at risk of educational exclusion.
The project, titled ‘Exchanging Notes’, studied young people’s musical interests and the positive impact of bringing music genres such as grime and hip-hop into the classroom, with the help of music industry professionals and local music-making projects. Full story.
Melissa Bradshaw (Rhinegold Publishing) / May 22, 2019
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