B Sharp needs new recruits for Lyme Regis projects

PUBLISHED: 07:03 07 September 2017 | UPDATED: 08:52 07 September 2017

B Sharp in action. Picture: ROBERT GOLDEN

B Sharp in action. Picture: ROBERT GOLDEN

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Charity is expanding its range of music making activities for children and young people across West Dorset and East Devon.

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B Sharp - the music and enterprise charity - is looking to recruit freelance music leaders and trainees to work on Lyme Regis and Bridport projects.

The organisation is returning for its 2017/18 programme, offering a range of music making activities for children and young people across West Dorset and East Devon.

B Sharp is well known for delivering an exciting range of music activity to progress young people’s music skills and confidence from early years to adulthood.

It works in and out of school running projects that include early years, singing, music workshops and ensembles, gigs for young people to showcase their music and community events such as the Busking Festival and the Big Mix.

B Sharp has a great team of young music leaders and professionals who work together to develop the programme with young people and the community. Many young people have gone on through B Sharp into the world of work often furthering their love of music as professionals.

Dan Blaker, a recent B Sharp alumni, said: “I gained a lot of experience of music tec and performance with B Sharp, which gave me confidence and inspired me to go onto study and get paid work in this field.”

B Sharp is currently recruiting new musicians, music leaders and young trainees who are interested work based practice, training and professional development to build their experience and CVs. For an informal conversation please contact Fran on 07968 177663 or at franwilliams@bsharp.org.uk

Photo by: ROBERT GOLDEN


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