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Humberside Police - Musicport 2010

Headlands School - Rehearsals for Musicport 2010

Headlands School - Rehearsals for Musicport 2010

Headlands School - Rehearsals for Musicport 2010

Headlands School - Rehearsals for Musicport 2010

Headlands School Media Students - Rehearsals for Musicport 2010

Musicport 2010 Blog - click here

Musicport has been working with Music4U - the Humber Region Action Zone - for the 3rd year running to provide music making opportunities for young people in the Humber Region. Supported by Humberside Police, this initiative provides an opportunity for young people to showcase their work as part of Musicport 2010.

This year a group of 35 GCSE and 'A' level students from Headlands School and Community Science College in Bridlington worked with musicians from SAMAY whose musical style mixes Indian, samba, flamenco, jazz and funk. They will work together along with support from Leeds College of Music students, during the week leading up to Musicport and will rehearse three songs, which was performed on the main stage on Friday 22 October at 7pm to a receptive crowd. This first, for the first time, the school worked with its media students to capture the rehearsal process and the final performance. This can be seen on the Music4U blog and the 'Not Just Noise' website

There was also an opportunity to hear world music performances from local community groups throughout the day on Saturday 23 October which included 'Steel the Rhythm' Steel Pan group from North East Lincolnshire, Escola De Chaos, samba procession group from Goole and a West African drumming and singing group from Hull.. See images taken at the project here

Musicport Main Film 2010


Headlands School - Rehearsal for Musicport 2010


Headlands School Perform at Musicport 2010


Community Musicians and their Bands play at Musicport 2010


Film produced by media students at Headland School and Community Science College


See all images taken at the project here

This year's project is supported by Humberside Police and their 'Not Just Noise' initiative, which encourages young people to engage in positive activities across the Humber region. This is one of a number of successful initiatives run in conjunction with Humberside Police aimed at reducing anti-social behaviour in the community.

To see the Music4U press release about this project click here

To find out more about Musicport festival click on this website link: www.musicportfestival.com

To find out more about 'Not Just Noise' click on this website link:www.notjustnoise.ning.com