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Music for Everyone is an independent educational charity with over thirty years' experience in devising and running innovative music participation events across Nottingham and the East Midlands. We run an extensive programme of adult and youth participatory events as well as an exciting series of concerts.
Music, Dance & Drama
Music for Everyone has not run any activities for over two months. We’re trying to get an up-to-date schedule.
Andy studied Music Composition at Coventry University, and is an accomplished Singer, Pianist, Guitarist and Drummer. He has led community music groups for a number of years and currently co-leads the Junior Choir alongside his other role of teaching instrumental lessons and leading choirs as part of the Nottinghamshire Music Service. As a songwriter, Andy has had songs published and released on a Christian record label, and has played at large church events across the country.
Ellie began her musical training at a young age, learning the violin and piano. She went on to study Vocal Performance at Trinity College of Music, and graduated in 2010 with First Class Honours. Ellie has extensive experience as a singing teacher and vocal animateur, and for several years was the Vocal Coordinator for the London Borough of Bexley, and conducted a massed choir of over 1000 in the Royal Festival Hall. Ellie conducts several choirs for Music for Everyone, and is also the Youth Choir Director at Nottingham Cathedral and Musical Director for Mansfield Choral Society.
Gill studied music at the University of Birmingham and has over 15 years’ experience of teaching music and conducting youth music groups in secondary schools in the Nottingham area. She is the principal wind band animateur for Music for Everyone, conducting Nottingham Youth Band, and delivering and developing opportunities for young and adult wind players. Gill is an accomplished performer on clarinet, as Orchestra Leader of Nottingham Symphonic Wind Orchestra, and in the Nottingham Philharmonic Orchestra. She also teaches clarinet, piano, saxophone, flute and music theory.
Experienced choral animateur and vocalist.
Nic Fallowfield is a conductor, violinist and teacher of many years experience. He is co-leader of Sinfonia Viva and first violin of the Tedesca Quartet. Nic is Musical Director of The Midland Sinfonia, conductor of the Charnwood Orchestra and Beauchamp Sinfonietta and a frequent guest conductor with orchestras throughout the country. He has conducted youth orchestras in North Wales for many years and also the youth orchestras of Warwickshire and Herefordshire. Recently he has been working with the Birmingham School Symphony Orchestra, and teaches violin at the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire.
The Stringcredibles is a string quartet delivering work to support the connection between musicians and audiences, mostly in schools and community settings. As professional orchestral musicians with a bold and broad vision for music education, they know that technical excellence is only part of creating a great performance. Drawing audiences into the meaning of that performance is just as important and achieving this is an elusive skill. They explore and develop ways in which musicians can engage more effectively with their audiences helping to make every performance meaningful and inspiring.
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