Training aims to
inspire, support and empower care homes, schools and community groups

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MOOVE & GROOVE

Together with Music are thrilled to announce an exciting new partnership with Youth Sports Trust.  This is an innovative pilot project combining the worlds of music and sport to deliver health and wellbeing outcomes for both the young and the older generations.

Find out more about the project and to express interest here!

2022. The year of Together with Music Training and Project delivery  

The Together with Music programme passionately strives to support those most vulnerable across the UK through intergenerational music connections.

 

Since the launch of Together with Music in 2020, the platform has been host to over 1,250 organisations across the health, social care, education and arts sector establishing so many new, intergenerational connections and demonstrating that during a challenging time of distance and isolation, music prevails and has inspired incredible connection.  In 2022, we are focussing on supporting our members in bringing their local connections to life through our innovative projects and bespoke training!

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“I can see the difference Together with Music is making and the multitude of benefits that come from connections between generations and communities. Together with Music is creative and responsive and is going to be transformational for overall wellbeing and quality of life.” 

Professor Martin Green OBE, CEO of Care England  

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What is TwM Training?

The training is delivered by the Intergenerational Music Making (IMM) team as part of the Together with Music programme and aims to inspire, equip, and further embed the use of music and more specifically intergenerational practice in care, health, community, and education settings. The training is shaped and bespoke to the needs of each group.

The intergenerational training delivered to TwM members follows this ethos of accessibility and empowerment for people to adopt music as part of their current practices, whether a musician or not.   
 
Click HERE to see a Together with Music trained volunteer celebrated on BBC One Show

 “We are all inherently musical beings. We all have a relationship with it, and we can all engage with it.”

Grace Meadows, Music for Dementia

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What is a TwM project?  

Together with Music projects are delivered by trained Music Therapists and Community Musicians and aim to support new intergenerational connections in establishing and embedding the connection into their particular setting. Our projects are co-produced with participants and often consist of music making, song-writing, choral singing, art, movement and so much more. It is all about providing spaces for people to share their stories, raise their voices and connect with those around them. In the past our projects have seen to:  

  • Reduce isolation and loneliness   

  • Support those living with dementia  

  • Improve self-confidence and self-esteem

  • Empower and champion individuals   

  • Contribute to stronger community cohesion

 

​Please get in touch with our team at if you would like to find out more about how to take part in our bespoke training and projects.  

The Together with Music Community

The online Together with Music Community continues to be here to nurture connections and support our members in a digital way. The platform acts as a digital hub, a central space providing opportunities to:  

  • Access creative resources and activities   

  • Keep up to date with TwM news and exciting events   

  • Take part in TwM monthly LIVE sessions  

  • Be part of the TwM Map of Connection and find local links  

  • Take part in local projects and national events   

  • Find out more about our bespoke training 

Register your organisation now to join the Together with Music Community!  

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“Care homes are especially mindful of the need to consider the emotional and spiritual well being of residents whilst restrictions are in place to protect them from Covid-19.
This project will bring a ray of sunshine to thousands of lives and help counter feelings of isolation during the winter months.”
 Professor Martin Green, CEO Care England

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