Charity Overview, Love Music Trust

LMHR believe that if we work together, we can harness the power of music to stop this destructive force in its tracks. Kirklees Year of Music 2023 is pleased to announce its next panel event in collaboration with local musician Pat Fulgoni, teaming up with Love Music Hate Racism . Whilst there is not currently a far-right threat on the scale that the National Front, British National Party and English Defence League once posed, history warns us against complacency. The Government’s hostile environment policies, anti-migrant rhetoric and the abuse of England players taking the knee provide a breeding ground for far-right movements to regroup.

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Existing ticket holders have been emailed and offered a refund, or to keep their tickets for the new date. The Music Producers Guild proudly supports the, Hate Racism campaign and encourages all members to visit the LMHR websiteand show their support by signing up. Andy usually connects with the crowds by making them laugh, he is a versatile comedian, who can deliver a song as well as a joke.

Soft Cell’s Marc Almond became aware of the song through Dave Ball, a Northern Soul aficionado, and the band began performing it in their live shows, before recording & releasing it as their 2nd single. Their chart-topping version went on to become one of the biggest selling records of the 80s & 2021 marks the 40th anniversary of the band’s seminal ‘Non Stop Erotic Cabaret’ album, from which it was taken. The borough’s largest free festival returns this summer – and everyone is invited to join in the family-friendly fun. IMPALA have announced that the POWER UP initiative, of which the MU is a partner, has been awarded the Changemaker Award in recognition of its diversity and inclusion work. This CULT Cymru scheme means MU members working in Wales can access free and extensive training on coaching and mentoring practices, through this Institute of Leadership and Management endorsed coaching and mentoring programme. Love Music Hate Racism has gone through somewhat of a revival in recent years.

On this special night there will be performances from Ms Maurice,Saskilla,LMHR Collective ftAshaine White, MEIand Kianja, and DJ Programma. We spotlight artists from across the globe, sharing the stories behind their songs. We are very grateful to our supporters who support our mission to open up education.

Richard Strauss suggested the subject matter to Schoenberg, but neither seemed aware of the existence of Debussy’s new opera. Within three years, Jean Sibelius had composed incidental music for a Swedish-language production of the play at the Swedish Theatre in Helsinki. LMHR use the energy of our music scenes to celebrate diversity and involve people in anti-racist activity, in the tradition of the Rock Against Racism movement of the late 1970s. The LMHR campaign has a renewed importance with the increase in islamophobia, anti-migrant racism and hostility towards refugees in Britain and across Europe.

The LMT is owned, led and managed by schools, and supported by carefully chosen key partners within the local community. LMT offers music education services to all primary, secondary and special schools within Cheshire East. Love Music Hate Racism was set up in 2002 in response to rising levels of racism and electoral successes for the British National Party . LMHR celebrates the energy and vibrancy of the music scene to promote unity and celebrate diversity through education and events. Its message is simple, there is more that unites us than divides us; and nothing demonstrates this more than music.

They surveyed 2,300 parents and found that the sounds most likely to make infants happy included sneezing (51%), animal noises (23%) and baby laughter (28%). “If you play any music that people like and is happy, it gives an immediate boost to cognitive performance,” says Trainor. “Probably what was measured in that initial study is that if you play something that’s energetic and happy, we basically get better immediately at everything we’re doing.” Trainor’s research has revealed measurably different outcomes for children who engage with their parents in a music group, as opposed to those whose experience of music is merely passive. Tom meets Dr Laurel Trainor, an expert on musical development in children and adults, who reveals how babies can start to hear the world around them months before birth.

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