though we will support any of our SEML ( Social Enterprise Music Label's ) signed Bands and Musicians
local & nominated registered charities of choosing from their countries of origins which will be supported with our profits.
We'd also like to thank all our clients to date that we've worked with over the years, after all it was they that have allowed
us to shape our models and make this happen. So a big thanks to you all, you all know who your are
even if not mentioned on our site & were gratefully in debted to you all trusting us with your musical creativeness.
At Drake Music Scotland, they believe that disability is no barrier to making music and how true as anyone can make as well as enjoy music if they so wish too, with today's technologies that are available to suit most needs and abilities.
Nordoff Robbins is the UK's Leading provider of music therapy services. Our trained network of music therapists work with people of all ages and with a range of conditions. We deliver over 50,000 music therapy sessions per year in care homes, day centres, hospitals, schools and our own centres. We are also developing a range of other music and health projects aimed at bringing music to more and more people in local communities. Everyone responds to music - it affects our minds, bodies and feelings.
Nordoff Robbins Music Therapy in Scotland is Scotland’s only music therapy charity. Our small team provides over 400 music therapy sessions every week to adults and children facing a range of health challenges. The charity has bases in Broxburn, Glasgow, Dundee and Fife and currently employs 13 music therapists and 3 support staff. Nordoff-Robbins Music Therapy in Scotland is a charity providing music therapy to vulnerable children, young people and adults across the country. The power of music affects us all – making music can change lives. Nordoff-Robbins Music Therapy in Scotland is a charity providing music therapy to vulnerable children, young people and adults across the country. The power of music affects us all – making music can change lives. They work with people who have a range of challenges including autistic spectrum disorders, learning disabilities, mental health problems, life limiting illnesses and dementia.
Help Musicians UK is the leading UK Charity for professional musicians from all genres, from starting out to retirement. We help at times out crisis, but also at times of opportunity, giving people the extra support they need at a crucial stage that could help make or break there their career.
Music in Hospitals aims to improve the quality of life for people of all ages in care through the provision of professional live music. Concerts take place in hospitals, hospices, care homes, day centres and special needs schools, bringing the benefits of live music to people who need it most.
Music in Hospitals operates as a registered charity throughout the UK and our musicians' work in Scotland is organised from their office in Edinburgh. Last year 4,342 concerts were provided nationally. 1,635 of these took place in Scotland.
At Making Music, the UK’s number one organisation for voluntary music, we thrive on encouraging all kinds of music groups and individuals to be part of a vibrant multi-cultural music scene.
Big Noise is Transforming Lives With Music and is an orchestra programme that aims to use music making to foster confidence, teamwork, pride and aspiration in the children taking part – and across their wider community. It is based on the methods of Venezuela’s “El Sistema” movement and is run by the charity Sistema Scotland.