Giving disadvantaged people the chance to learn something new and exciting through the power of music
Due to the Covid19 pandemic Musica have stopped all our services which involve visiting 3rd party premises. We are currently looking at ways in which we can remain engaged with our clients and we wish to remain in close communication with you all.
Please contact us through the web site if there is anything that we can do to support you during these unprecedented circumstances. We recognise that every organisation will have different circumstances around reopening as and when the relaxation of lockdown rules commences.
We look forward to being able to work with all our clients again, hopefully in the not too distant future. Rest assured that we will do all that we possibly can in order to maximise the support that we can offer you around whatever restrictions, challenges or circumstances which you may face now and in the future.
In these unprecedented times we are sorry we cannot be with you right now, in the meantime here is a story to keep you entertained!
About Musica from the Co-Founders
Musica’s objective is to promote, maintain and advance the creative education of the public; This is done through participation in creative activities, in particular music, to improve the self-esteem, well-being and life chances of people of all ages who are disadvantaged by personal circumstances such as disability, ill health, poverty or isolation.
Musica at Glastonbury supported by Roland
Musica were delighted to be asked back again to Glastonbury in 2019, to provide music workshops on the Kidzfield.
Children In Need 2019
Why don’t young people with difficult personal circumstances and additional needs, have the same opportunities to make music as everyone else? And Why don’t you see them perform? – Musica decided to do something about it.