Partnership working

A woman playing a bell and someone playing a drum.

Partnership working with education, health and social care providers means we can position community music projects and services at the very heart of communities.

Read one of the case studies below to find out how we work in partnership with a range of services.

Bristol Family Hubs

Bristol Family Hubs offer information, advice and help to all families in Bristol, running activities and supporting families to access other services and information. Family Hubs are designed to meet the needs of parents who are expecting a baby and also families with children aged from 0 to 19, or up to 25 for young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND).

Evolve Music works in partnership with Bristol Family Hubs to deliver early years music activities that support new dads to connect and bond with each other and their young children.

West of England Music Alliance

Each half term the West of England Music Alliance delivers inclusive music sessions for neurodiverse young people in Weston-super-mare.

Unscripted is designed to provide a high-quality and diverse musical experience that enable young people to build confidence, be creative and have fun.

Evolve Music works in partnership with the West of England Music Alliance to develop their approach to inclusive practice ensuring the young people who take part are engaged in a high-quality co-creative experience.


Early Years Practice Hubs

Early Years Practice Hubs were set up to develop the practice of early years providers in settings and in the home through training, networking, advocacy and CPD.

Evolve Music works in partnership with the Early Years Practice Hubs to deliver training in musical play theory and practice to educators and carers across the South West.