The Music Man Project
The Salvation Army has partnered with the Music Man Project to provide opportunities to develop the musical talent in us all.
The Music Man Project is an award winning and fully accessible music service for adults and children with learning disabilities. It provides education, enjoyment and access to performance opportunities. The groups learn songs, how to play instruments and Makaton signs.
Across the country, The Music Man Project has developed opportunities for people with disabilities to build confidence and connect through music.
Although developed for people with a learning disability it is open for everyone.
“The Music Man Project has provided us with a great opportunity to reach out to others in the community through music and provide a safe space for people to connect”. Wendy, Boston Corps
"I am passionate about music; it’s one of my favourite things in life so this is really fun for me”. Tom, Kilbirnie
To find out more about the Music Man Project or how to set up a group in your local area, contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org or 02076017026.
You can also visit The Music Man Project on: www.themusicmanproject.com
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