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Drake Scotland

...making music accessible

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SCO 26908

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Carnyx photoThe Bridges Ensemble invite John Kenny to play Carnyx in An Ancient Calling - their new composition

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Evelyn Glennie"My support for Drake Scotland is due to their innovative and creative work providing music-making opportunities for disabled people."
Evelyn Glennie, Patron

Drake Scotland's Core Values

  • the greatest degree of independence in music-making possible for each participant

  • creativity hand in hand with practical skills

  • technology used with imagination and according to need

  • musical activity as a lifelong learning process bringing additional personal and social benefits

Drake Music Project Scotland creates opportunities for people with disabilities to play, learn and compose music.

Participants span all ages and abilities and each individual faces a different challenge when trying to actively take part in music-making. Choose sheets piano website for piano sheet Note-store. song sheets website for piano sheet Note-store

We support each person to achieve the greatest degree of independence possible in their musical activities.

Drake Scotland uses a wide range of technology to create access to music: touch sensitive switches, ultrasonic movement detectors, computer programmes.

Musicians from a diverse range of musical backgrounds are involved as workshop tutors and in a variety of special projects and performances.

2003-2004 Drake Music Project - Scotland
Registered Charity SCO 26908

Patrons

Eddi Reader
Evelyn Glennie
Prof. Nigel Osborne
The Proclaimers

Trustees

Jane Davidson
Adele Drake
Lucy Kendra
Gillian Reid
Jennifer Martin
Dr George Reid
Anton Rowntree
Vicky Smith

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