Community Music East works with people of all ages and abilities to promote opportunity, personal development and education through participation in creative activities, such as music, film, photography and animation.
Their team of freelance tutors is skilled in working with children and young people, and people of all ages with physical, sensory, or learning disabilities or mental health issues. All tutors are CRB checked and receive ongoing professional training.
They have a fully accessible site in Norwich city centre, home to stock of percussion, string and electronic instruments, recording, sequencing and DJ equipment, digital video cameras and editing equipment, and a van which can be used for outreach work.
With 25 years’ experience of delivering bespoke projects and tasters in a broad range of settings, including nurseries, schools, pupil referral units, care homes, young offender institutions, prisons, drug and alcohol services, youth groups, young parent groups, housing associations and many more, their staff and tutors are qualified to provide information and advice on further learning opportunities and can offer specialist advice on careers in music and creative industries.