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Soul Time Music Café in Wigan

Soul Time Music Café in Wigan

New dates! Click here to find out more!

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The Eagle

The Eagle

The Eagle has landed! We’ve been working with six schools in Sefton and Knowsley for the last year to write music inspired by the 1950s comic ‘The Eagle’.

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How should Mozart’s unfinished Requiem from 1791 be completed in the 2020s?

How should Mozart’s unfinished Requiem from 1791 be completed in the 2020s?

Our Creative Producer Max writes about our project to finish Mozart’s Requiem in the modern day. This project has emerged out of Professor Simon Keefe’s research at the University of Sheffield.

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5-Star reviews from both theartsdesk.com and Bachtrack

5-Star reviews from both theartsdesk.com and Bachtrack

Our recent performance at Buxton International Festival receive 5-Star reviews from both theartsdesk.com and Bachtrack

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The Times – Gábor

The Times – Gábor

Our Music Director Gábor Takács-Nagy, has recently been featured in The Sunday Times.

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Music In Mind – UKRI Investment

Music In Mind – UKRI Investment

Manchester Camerata and The University of Manchester receive UKRI grant to found new company ‘Music in Mind Remote’.

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Dementia Action Week

Dementia Action Week

We kick off Dementia Action Week with a video from Lynda, a carer who has been part of our Music in Mind programme for over 8 years.

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Classical music isn’t just a dead white male thing

Classical music isn’t just a dead white male thing

Our Hidden Histories project has been featured by BBC Radio 3 Music Matters, Music Teacher Magazine and The Voice. Find out more about our project here.

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Music in Mind International

Music in Mind International

Not only are we running our Music in Mind dementia-music programme for people in the UK but we’re now bringing its benefits to musicians in Sweden, Taiwan and even Japan!

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“Where language is beyond some individuals, music becomes that language.”

“Where language is beyond some individuals, music becomes that language.”

Camerata Community Team Project Manager, Helena Bull has written truly beautiful blog about the impact our groundbreaking dementia programme makes.

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