The Big Music Project Launches Nationwide

From today, any young person, aged between 14 and 24, hoping to carve out a career in the music industry will have the opportunity to transform their dreams into a reality, when The Big Music Project launches nationwide.

 

Two of the biggest names in UK music – Global Radio’s Capital FM and the BPI who own the iconic BRITs brand - have joined forces with youth work charity UK Youth, to help youngsters from every corner of the UK get the skills they need to take a step closer to their dream career.  The Big Music Project is funded by The Big Lottery Fund.

 

Youngsters visiting www.thebigmusicproject.co.uk today will find:

Careers inspiration from some of the biggest names in music including Ellie GouldingEnrique IglesiasExample,Katie B and 5 Seconds of Summer.

Practical help and advice from people working in industries allied to music, on taking that ‘next step’

Details of The Big Music Project Live events – powered by Music Matters - taking place in Belfast, Cardiff, Glasgow and London this Autumn

A preview of The Big Music Project Competition – powered by the Next BRIT Thing – a national music performance competition open to all genres and supported by hundreds of industry insiders.

News from some of the 100 youth club “hubs” where thousands of young Big Music Project “Champions” are already starting to do great things with music in their communities.

The On Track industry experience portal which will see thousands of young people find internships and work experience in creative industries.

 

Artists including Plan B, MNEK, Chase & Status and Capital’s Marvin Humes and Pandora support the Big Music Project. The scheme aims to build confidence, create real career opportunities, and secure positive outcomes and futures using the power of music. With the power of Capital behind the project, 4.5 million 14-24 year olds will hear about the project, with tens of thousands expected to benefit.

From today, any young person, aged between 14 and 24, hoping to carve out a career in the music industry will have the opportunity to transform their dreams into a reality, when The Big Music Project launches nationwide.

 

Two of the biggest names in UK music – Global Radio’s Capital FM and the BPI who own the iconic BRITs brand - have joined forces with youth work charity UK Youth, to help youngsters from every corner of the UK get the skills they need to take a step closer to their dream career.  The Big Music Project is funded by The Big Lottery Fund.

 

Youngsters visiting www.thebigmusicproject.co.uk today will find:

Careers inspiration from some of the biggest names in music including Ellie GouldingEnrique IglesiasExample,Katie B and 5 Seconds of Summer.

Practical help and advice from people working in industries allied to music, on taking that ‘next step’

Details of The Big Music Project Live events – powered by Music Matters - taking place in Belfast, Cardiff, Glasgow and London this Autumn

A preview of The Big Music Project Competition – powered by the Next BRIT Thing – a national music performance competition open to all genres and supported by hundreds of industry insiders.

News from some of the 100 youth club “hubs” where thousands of young Big Music Project “Champions” are already starting to do great things with music in their communities.

The On Track industry experience portal which will see thousands of young people find internships and work experience in creative industries.

 

Artists including Plan B, MNEK, Chase & Status and Capital’s Marvin Humes and Pandora support the Big Music Project. The scheme aims to build confidence, create real career opportunities, and secure positive outcomes and futures using the power of music. With the power of Capital behind the project, 4.5 million 14-24 year olds will hear about the project, with tens of thousands expected to benefit.