Amplify London pilot to fund five grassroots music projects
Posted on: 21 juillet 2020, by : Stuart Dredge

In February this year we wrote about Amplify London, a new partnership between YouTube Music and UK charity London Music Fund to support grassroots projects for young musicians.
Now the first five projects to benefit have been announced, which will reach up to 200 11-21 year-olds across London in the UK.
The projects include: a music studio for youth club Ambition Aspire Achieve, which works with vulnerable 12-14 year-olds; songwriting programme Voice Against Hate, which promotes respect and tackles hate in schools; six-day summer camp Girls Rock London in 2021 for young women and trans youth to learn instruments and form bands; six-week training programme for young rappers, producers and sound engineers Ruff Sqwad Arts Foundation; and three-week summer songwriting camp Windrush Amplified, for vulnerable 11-16 year-olds.
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Source: Music ally

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