The Learning Revolution

We were delighted to be involved with the Learning Revolution in October and were busy bringing carnival arts to people all over London. From knitting at the South Bank to carnival costumes in Brixton, samba reggae in Notting Hill to singing in Old Spitalfields Market we worked with a wide range of artists and arts […]Read More

GLA Trainee Music Education Project Officer post

Following the success of the first ever Mayor?s Music Education Summit, which was produced by the hub in January 2009, the GLA has recently announced a new Trainee Music Education Project Officer post.Read More

Festival Marketing Internship Opportunity

the hub is on the hunt for a hungry marketer looking to get a break in music. If you think you?ve got marketing in your genes, are looking for somewhere to prove it, and are passionate about all sorts of new music, then we?d love to hear from you. We?re looking for a marketing intern […]Read More

Associate on the road!

One of the hub?s associates, John Hart, is taking to the road soon, as part of a 10th anniversary tour by UK folk legends, Edward 11. We?re all off to the London date in London?s Cargo, on 4 February. In a perfect example of how – unlike other consultants and researchers ? everyone at the […]Read More

Music Summit ? Radiowaves interviews online

Check out the news from the recent Music Education Summit which we produced for the Mayor of London?s office; check out this link to interviews carried out by Radiowaves? team of young reporters.Read More

The official playlist for the Music Summit

Listen here to the Mayor?s Music Education Summit Playlist, which forms part of the first ever GLA Music Education Summit, produced by the hub, and taking place on 14 January 2009. Chaired by Jim Naughtie, the event will bring together over 200 leading figures from music education in the capital, including musicians, orchestras and other […]Read More

No Strings Attached Instrument Amnesty

  With just a couple of days to go to the Mayor?s Music Education Summit at City Hall, which we?re producing, we wanted to draw your attention once more to the GLA?s No Strings Attached Musical Instrument Amnesty, delivered in partnership with Time Out. If you?ve got an old, once-loved, instrument which you no longer […]Read More

Phrased & Confused video

We had a blast at the Summer Sundae Weekender in Leicester this summer with our Phrased & Confused stage project 2008. We?re hugely excited that we can now share a short film with you that captures the experience. It contains everything from live music and spoken word performances to some back stage interviews and feedback […]Read More

Phrased and Confused pictures

This August the hub was invited to produce Phrased and Confused at the Summer Sundae Weekender 2008 in Leicester. We had a ball with some inspirational performances and some hugely appreciative audiences. Below you find a slideshow of some of our festival highlights. Watch this space; we?ll publish a short movie featuring our commissioned artists […]Read More

Training brochure out now!

Here we?re at hub towers we?re excited and delighted to be launching our new training brochure this month. It?s full of training courses based on client feedback about what they – and the people they work with ? need, and covers areas such as business planning, fundraising, digital strategy and production, legal and finance essentials, […]Read More