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Current Projects


soundWELL soundWELL provided music activities in Children’s Wards and Clinics, tailored to meet the needs of the selected wards within hospitals and accessible for all abilities and ages (from 0-16 years). soundLINCS’ experienced Music Facilitators took a hands-on approach, encouraging young patients to participate in a fun, relaxing and therapeutic music experience.

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Nettleham Orchestral Workshop

Nettleham Orchestral Workshop Following the long running success of Grantham Occasional Orchestral WorkshopsSpring Clean for NOW! Polish up your Percussion! Brush down your Brass! Wipe down your Woodwind! Spruce up your Strings!

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Grantham Occasional Orchestral Workshop

Grantham Occasional Orchestral Workshop The Grantham Orchestral Workshops (GOW) meet on one Saturday each month at The Guildhall Arts Centre, Grantham. All you need is your instrument and a music stand to join a friendly group of enthusiastic amateur musicians.

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Grantham U3A Ukulele Group

Grantham U3A Ukulele Group Grantham U3A Ukulele Group is a group of more than twenty players who meet weekly to learn new songs and practice classics. There is a mixture of beginners and intermediates attending the sessions which are open to anyone with a U3A membership and a desire to learn ukulele.

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Frequency Frequency is a soundLINCS music technology project that closes the attainment gap for Pupil Premium children. Following a successful Pilot Programme, it is now available for your school to buy.

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Early Ears

Early Ears Early Ears is an accessible and creative music-making programme developed by soundLINCS and CfBT. The overall aim of Early Ears is to raise participation in children’s centres through activities that engage children and families and break down barriers to attendance.

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EMPower EMPower is a free learning and development project for 11-16 year olds which gives young people with a passion for music production the opportunity to collaborate with their peers and work alongside professional music producers to develop new skills and techniques.

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Download Download provides creative, fun and accessible whole class ensemble teaching activities through the use of Music Technology. The programme ran by a partnership between soundLINCS and the Lincolnshire Music Service through the Lincolnshire Music and Arts Education Hub.

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