This was the second week of training in our Northern Ireland project this year. We are training musicians and community workers to become community music leaders.
Today, 26 children enjoyed 2 hours of creative music workshops run by our trainees. They danced, sang, wrote songs, built instruments from junk, and performed in front of their friends!
This program is in partnership with Cultúrlann Uí Chanáin.read more ›
We’re back to Northern Ireland training musicians and community workers to become community music leaders.
The project aims to address the consequences of the N.Ireland conflict, reaching out to communities affected by years of hostilities and mistrust. Through music we bridge divides and create empathic connections that help to rebuild a more resilient and peaceful society.
This program is in partnership with Cultúrlann Uí Chanáin.
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We’ve now begun our third year of training in Northern Ireland, training musicians and youth workers in the principles of community music, leadership and nonviolence, towards the aim of creating sustainable community music programs within Northern Ireland’s divided communities.read more ›
We’ve begun year three of our project in Northern Ireland this week, training local musicians to run workshops for children with a focus on inclusivity, community building and creative music making.
Learn more about the Music Bridge program: mwb.to/musicbridgeread more ›
This week is the final training of the second year of the Music Bridge program. To date, we’ve trained over 30 community music leaders, reaching thousands of children and youth living in divided cities across Northern Ireland through music workshops.
Registration is now available for the new training season: http://culturlann-doire.ie/an-tacadamh-ceoil/music-bridge/read more ›