Learning & Participation
hcmf//aims to make new music accessible to increasingly varied audiences and participants. Our year-round Learning and Participation programme plays a vital role in forging and developing relationships with a wide variety of local communities and seeks to break down barriers and perceptions surrounding new music.
hcmf// offers creative musical experiences for participants whilst providing direct contact with high-profile, high-quality artists. Over the last ten years, hcmf// has worked with over 8500 participants across over 80 projects.
hcmf//’s Learning & Participation programme offers diverse events to a broad range of ages, from hands-on music experiences for babies and toddlers to events for school students, families, refugees and asylum seekers, people in prison, community members, emerging artists and regular festival-goers. The festival’s programme includes creative workshops, concert experiences, archival activities and professional development, providing participants direct contact with professionally established artists.
Find out how you can get involved by contacting our Learning and Participation Manager, Alexandra Richardson, at email@example.com or on 01484 471 116.