Our Projects

musicALL pathways and musicALL presents

musicALL has consolidated its programme of work into three distinct projects that represent music education and development at various stages.

‘Make Your Own Kind Of Music’ is our tutor-led schools based project, offering pupils in Additional Support for Learning Secondary schools opportunities to engage in weekly band based workshops. This project offers consistent person-centred approaches to trying various types music activity and opportunities to for young people to lead, develop, and co-produce their own music curriculum.

‘Move On Up’ supports young people who are disabled and / or neuro-divergent to continue with music as a key activity during their transition from school and children’s services into their adult services support plan. The project offers weekly rehearsals with music tutors that take place in professional music studios. We currently support 5 bands through ‘Move On Up’ who have headlined gigs at Mono, SWG3 and CCA, and supported our band in residence, the Fridays, at Glasgow Royal Concert Hall.

‘musicALL presents’ is an exciting new initiative that aims to support musicians who are disabled and / or neurodivergent to continue along their musical journey. Essentially a management service, musicALL presents offers support to musicians to navigate the industry, and achieve funding for ongoing projects that bring their talents to wider audiences. Our band in residence, the Fridays, are the lead artists on musicALL presents’ portfolio and over the last couple of years have produced and released ‘How Does it Feel?’ – an EP of original tracks and covers and produced an accompanying show charting their journey as musicians and artists. musicALL presents aims to engage with more musicians who are disabled and / or neurodivergent over the coming years, and lead a change for the music sector in terms of equality, access and inclusion.