“Patchiness should be replaced by consistency and children should be able to enjoy the same level of Music Education no matter where they happen to live in England” -. ‘Music Education in England - A Review by Darren Henley
The NEW Youth Record Label Community & Website meets this by giving ALL young people the same fantastic opportunity of recording and then publishing their original music worldwide, irrespective of their social background or location. This unique project enables participants to upload and sell their music worldwide, and enables end users to download music, audio books, poetry and more from promising young musicians, performers and authors, promoting music, culture and collaboration worldwide.
Many young musicians are amazingly creative and inspiring in their music making. When encouraged by working with their teachers or music departments and our community, we can give supportive environments in which their learning and creativity can blossom. We hope their ability to create new music and surpass all expectations will be breathtaking.
We have already helped many talented young people to launch their musical talent by uploading their music via our community and iTunes. Across England, the US and Australia many teachers and young musicians are seizing the opportunity to have their music heard worldwide.
North - Cramlington, Northumberland, England “We have used the Community as part of our school’s project based approach to learning to up the stakes for our students. Having an authentic audience for their music was a real driver for the quality of the outcomes that they produced, and seeing the students’ faces as we unveiled their work distributed worldwide on iTunes was priceless.” - Martin Said, Musical Futures Champion School Teacher, Cramlington Learning Village, Highburn, Northumberland, England. Devon
South “Music is thriving here at Exminster and this community has brought another dynamic to it. The original music from our new band ‘SixToOne’
Music teachers, young musicians, schools, colleges and youth music organizations:
Notes for Editors:
Photograph of young musicians from different schools recording their original music are available please email or contact Youth Record Label. Contact details below.
Contact numbers and email addresses from teachers for further direct quotes and further information on what they are achieving are available, please email or contact Youth Record Label.
If you need any other information from Youth Record Label, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Contact Name: Roy Leach, Youth Record Label, 07831 795551 or 01404 822785 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.