Community musicians

26th January 2001 at 00:00
Community musicians are people who take their music to places outside the concert hall - to schools and hospitals, clubs and workplaces, prisons and public spaces. They also find many ways of helping other people make music.

Make a Difference with Music is an information pack explaining how this happens. It contains interviews with Evelyn Glennie and Asian Dub Foundation (pictured), as well s with lesser-known practitioners. It also has helpful summaries of training opportunities and addresses of websites, all directed towards the creation of living sounds.

Make a Difference with Music is free for students (pound;1 for pamp;p) or pound;5 for non-students from Sound Sense, Riverside House, Rattlesden, Bury St Edmunds IP30 0SF. Tel: 01449 736287. Email:

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