Music

Take Art works with Actiontrack to provide a music service for young people in Somerset. With a focus on excellence, ambition and accessibility, we work with music partners, youth groups and schools across the county to deliver an exciting participatory programme that includes performance and professional development.

Ralph Lister heads up the Music service. Please click on his name to email him.

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Summit Else!

13 Jun 2017

We are running a summit to discuss the profound effect participatory music has on vulnerable young people from PRU’s and other settings.

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Music Changes Lives for the Better

06 Jun 2016

This is a film interview with Billy, one of the young people involved in the Take Art and Actiontrack music project My Tunes, aimed at improving young people’s self confidence and future aspirations through music. Watch the full interview here...

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Join our Facebook Community

13 Feb 2015

Have your say, chat to other like minded people and find out what's going on... Join the Take Art Facebook Community today.

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My Tunes 2 music project receives Youth Music grant

09 Jun 2014

Take Art has been granted £49,950 from Youth Music and a further boost from four Pupil Referral Units in Somerset to undertake a two-year music project, My Tunes 2, with 75 young people excluded from mainstream schools.

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Marketing and Communications Manager for Take Art (maternity cover)

22 Jul 2013

Take Art is currently looking to recruit a dynamic and experienced Arts Marketing Manager to cover maternity leave from October 2013 to July 2014. Salary up to £24,000 pro rata according to experience.

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