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Aviva Community Fund

We are competing for the Aviva Community Fund and we are through to the public voting stage. In order to secure a place in the final, we need to gather as many votes as possible during the voting period. What are we hoping to fund? Music Treehouse (MT) is for SEN/D children who have a wide […]

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Fundraising for Music Treehouse

You may have heard about the Music Treehouse, our SEN/D project that runs as part of our Saturday Programme – it’s offered for free but many of the students who desperately need to attend are unable to do so due to the cost of taking a weekly specialist taxi.   We have tried to cover […]

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Trench Brothers Exhibition

Today sees the launch of our long awaited Trench Brothers exhibition! Touring three locations around Lancashire, the interactive exhibition is a creative response to the untold stories of ethnic minorities in the First World War.For further details, check out the dedicated exhibition page on this website and feel free to explore and discover more about the project.

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ABRSM Success, Yet Again!

We are pleased to announce that our latest batch of students to take their ABRSM exams have done very well, with all of our students passing their exam, with over half of them achieving a merit or distinction grade – a testament to our methodology and the hard work of our pupils and tutors. Our “wholistic” approach […]

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Impact tested, effect measured – TIME comes to an end.

The end of time is usually a cause for concern, but with the conclusion of our TIME project, the end of TIME (testing impact, measuring effect), is a chance to celebrate and reflect upon more than a year of hard work. The project saw as its conclusion the launch of a DVD and book, which […]

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Trench Brothers – Lancashire Tour

Trench Brothers is our First World War project that brings to life the lives of Black and Indian soldiers and commemorates their contributions. After running the project in schools around London, this summer saw the project taken on a tour around Lancashire in partnership with the Heritage Team at Lancashire County Council. The tour covered […]

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*NEW FOR AUTUMN 2017* – CYMH ACADEMY

Who is it for? Secondary School Students only Grade 5 plus on instrument / voice Students who are taking, or thinking of taking GCSE, A-Level Music or IB Music at Standard or Higher Level. Students who want to make music with other like minded students Students who are interested in exploring music from different genres, […]

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JJJA Junior Summer Course – Now accepting applications!

Jazz fans rejoice! HMDT Music and the Julian Joesph Jazz Academy are offering an exciting new Summer Course. Students will spend four days getting to grips with the building blocks of Jazz, familiarising themselves with these elements so that they have the confidence they need for improvisation and performance.   Held at Bridge Academy, the usual home […]

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Future Doves – Update!

HMDT Music created Future Doves, a new project that took place during the Spring 2017 term of the Saturday Programme, with support from Snape Maltings through their Friday Afternoons Project Fund. The project involved over 300 students from all across our Saturday programme; Fledglings, CYMH and I Can Sing! (ICS!), and tasked them with responding to the song cycle Seasons […]

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Julian Joseph Jazz Academy – Student Success!

HMDT Music and the Julian Joseph Jazz Academy are proud to announce that this year five of our students have been accepted into the Jazz program at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, two into the course at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, one into the program at Middlesex University with another to study composition […]

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