Senior IMPs is for young people aged 11+ who love making music. IMPs members include young people with a range of disabilities, siblings and friends of disabled members and young people who simply love making music with friends.
You don’t need any previous musical experience and we support everyone to get involved and express themselves in the way that works best for them.
Music making is a fun way to build confidence and develop skills. The IMPs Apprentice Programme gives young people the chance to train to become workshop leaders. And the IMPs Committee makes sure that young people have a say in how the project runs.
Some young people come to IMPs independently and others come with a carer or support worker. Please feel free to contact us to discuss your individual support needs.
At Senior IMPs you can:
•Learn to sing and sign •Learn to play instruments and use music technology •Write your own songs and music •Take part in public performances •Train to be a workshop leader as one of our IMPs Apprentices •Work towards your Duke of Edinburgh Award or Arts Award
When: Mondays during term time, 6pm – 7:30pm Where: York High School, Cornlands Road, York YO24 3WZ Cost: £5 per session (subsidised places available) For more information or to book a place email firstname.lastname@example.org