‘Made! Songs of Freedom’: A New Music Project Addressing Issues of Equality Through Music

In the wake of the recent discussions surrounding equality and the Black Lives Matter movement, Musinc have set up a new project: Made! Songs of Freedom.

The initiative is suited towards young people and seeks to address issues of inequality and encourage social change through music making. In these sessions young people will lead the way by looking at issues of racism and racial prejudice through protest songs and song writing, in response to the #BlackLivesMatter campaign.

Taking place on July 21st and 28th and August 4th and 11th, the sessions will be delivered via Zoom at 6pm and will last up to an hour.

All places are FREE and suitable for ages 13-18 years (and up to 25 years for young people with a SEN Support Plan or those who are registered with a disability).

Places are limited so please let us know as soon as possible if you would like to take up this opportunity.

What you need to do: 

  • Make sure you have access to an online Zoom account for the session
  • Return the attached forms (Musinc Participation Checklist and Consent Form) to musinc@middlesbrough.gov.uk.
  • You will need to login on the day of each session. Login details for the whole project will be sent to you on confirmation of your place on the project.

Download and complete the Application & Consent Form and send to MUSINC