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More Music

More Music in Morecambe is a community music organisation with its own building in the centre of Morecambe. It provides training, performances and opportunities for people to take part in a range of music genres, with a special emphasis on combating social exclusion and on culturally diverse music. We fund the organisation to deliver its programme of high class education and training classes, workshops and community projects that involve ethnically diverse communities, young people and people that, traditionally have not had access to music.

Funding awards

  • 2012-2013: £105,000
  • 2013-2014: £107,415
  • 2014-2015: £110,208

Video feed

More Music - Who We Are And What We Do

This is a promotional video about More Music, marking 20 years of the community music organisation. This film gives an overview of what More Music does and features interviews with founder Pete Moser, Development Director Kathryn MacDonald and our music leaders, plus people who have participated in our sessions. Find out more about More Music at our website www.moremusic.org.uk Film produced and directed by Rachel Meyrick www.rachelmeyrick.com.

Stages Live & Unplugged 25 October 2013

Young people from More Music's Stages and Friday Night Project performing at the Hothouse for a special unplugged gig. Performers included FNP Voices, Beth Jones, Jack Williams & Sam Clifford, To The Point, Charlie Galloway, Keely Baughan and Brendan Cleary. Find out more about More Music at www.moremusic.org.uk

Alasdair Roberts Trio with Folk to Folk - Riddle Me This (Live at the Hothouse, Morecambe 16/3/13)

Alasdair Roberts Trio performing Riddle Me This with the Folk to Folk community group, live at More Music's Hothouse on 16 March 2013. This gig was part of the More Music Presents strand of events, which has also include gigs by Moulettes, Ian Shaw and Roddy Woomble. is a music and education charity based at the Hothouse in Morecambe, with 20 years' experience of delivering workshops, training, performances and festivals across the district, region and beyond. More Music seeks to build confidence and spirit in individuals and communities through the arts, especially music. www.moremusic.org.uk

Alasdair Roberts Trio - Farewell Sorrow (Live at the Hothouse, Morecambe 16/3/13)

Alasdair Roberts Trio playing live at More Music's Hothouse on 16 March 2013. This gig was part of the More Music Presents strand of events, which has also include gigs by Moulettes, Ian Shaw and Roddy Woomble. is a music and education charity based at the Hothouse in Morecambe, with 20 years' experience of delivering workshops, training, performances and festivals across the district, region and beyond. More Music seeks to build confidence and spirit in individuals and communities through the arts, especially music. www.moremusic.org.uk

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Baybeat, rapping and beatboxing at the West End Festival 2011!

A special and impromptu performance from 2011's West End Festival in Regent Park, Morecambe, featuring More Music's Baybeat Carnival Band collaborating with young rappers and beatboxers from the Friday Night Project, which is More Music's night for young people interested in hip-hop and urban music. This video was filmed by Graham Wynne www.moremusic.org.uk

Stages Unplugged - Friday 1 June 2012 at the Hothouse

A film of the Stages Unplugged gig at the Hothouse in Morecambe, featuring performances by ThisTimeNextWeek, Fay Marie, 4th Time Lucky, Hope Collins and many more. The film was made by Graham Wynne. Stages is More Music's projects for young people interested in learning to play instruments, write songs, form bands and perform. The night also featured young people from the Friday Night Project, More Music's session for young people interested in hip-hop, rapping, DJing and beatboxing. www.moremusic.org.uk

Preston Passion Male Singers Warm-Up

Male Singers Warm-Up These are lessons for the BBC Radio Lancashire Choir with music leader and singing tutor Beth Allen with BBC Radio Lancashire breakfast host Graham Liver. The Preston Passion" on BBC One programme this Good Friday 2012 will be a spectacular event and BBC Radio Lancashire is offering you a once in a lifetime opportunity to be part of it by joining the "BBC Radio Lancashire choir"! Staged on April 6th with the backdrop of Preston Bus station, it will be a contemporary and dramatic re-telling of the Passion story and feature an exciting combination of live performance and innovative drama. If you want to get involved, please RING us on 0845 305 9000 and register your interest- We'll need your name, phone number and an e mail address. And bring a friend. It'll be great fun and you'll meet new people as well as take part in a remarkable event.

Preston Passion Lesson 2 for male singers - 'Jerusalem'

Lesson 2: 'Jerusalem' These are lessons for the BBC Radio Lancashire Choir with music leader and singing tutor Beth Allen with BBC Radio Lancashire breakfast host Graham Liver. The Preston Passion" on BBC One programme this Good Friday 2012 will be a spectacular event and BBC Radio Lancashire is offering you a once in a lifetime opportunity to be part of it by joining the "BBC Radio Lancashire choir"! Staged on April 6th with the backdrop of Preston Bus station, it will be a contemporary and dramatic re-telling of the Passion story and feature an exciting combination of live performance and innovative drama. If you want to get involved, please RING us on 0845 305 9000 and register your interest- We'll need your name, phone number and an e mail address. And bring a friend. It'll be great fun and you'll meet new people as well as take part in a remarkable event.

Preston Passion Lesson 1 for male singers - 'There is a Green Hill Far Away'

Lesson 1: 'There is a Green Hill Far Away' These are lessons for the BBC Radio Lancashire Choir with music leader and singing tutor Beth Allen with BBC Radio Lancashire breakfast host Graham Liver. The Preston Passion" on BBC One programme this Good Friday 2012 will be a spectacular event and BBC Radio Lancashire is offering you a once in a lifetime opportunity to be part of it by joining the "BBC Radio Lancashire choir"!   Staged on April 6th with the backdrop of Preston Bus station, it will be a contemporary and dramatic re-telling of the Passion story and feature an exciting combination of live performance and innovative drama. If you want to get involved, please RING us on 0845 305 9000 and register your interest- We'll need your name, phone number and an e mail address.  And bring a friend. It'll be great fun and you'll meet new people as well as take part in a remarkable event.

Preston Passion - Female Singers Warm-Up

Female Singers Warm-Up These are lessons for the BBC Radio Lancashire Choir with music leader and singing tutor Beth Allen with BBC Radio Lancashire lunchtime host Sally Naden. "The Preston Passion" on BBC One programme this Good Friday 2012 will be a spectacular event and BBC Radio Lancashire is offering you a once in a lifetime opportunity to be part of it by joining the "BBC Radio Lancashire choir"! Staged on April 6th with the backdrop of Preston Bus station, it will be a contemporary and dramatic re-telling of the Passion story and feature an exciting combination of live performance and innovative drama. If you want to get involved, please RING us on 0845 305 9000 and register your interest- We'll need your name, phone number and an e mail address. And bring a friend. It'll be great fun and you'll meet new people as well as take part in a remarkable event.

Preston Passion Lesson 2 for female singers - 'Jerusalem'

Lesson 2: 'Jerusalem' These are lessons for the BBC Radio Lancashire Choir with music leader and singing tutor Beth Allen with BBC Radio Lancashire lunchtime host Sally Naden. The Preston Passion" on BBC One programme this Good Friday 2012 will be a spectacular event and BBC Radio Lancashire is offering you a once in a lifetime opportunity to be part of it by joining the "BBC Radio Lancashire choir"! Staged on April 6th with the backdrop of Preston Bus station, it will be a contemporary and dramatic re-telling of the Passion story and feature an exciting combination of live performance and innovative drama. If you want to get involved, please RING us on 0845 305 9000 and register your interest- We'll need your name, phone number and an e mail address. And bring a friend. It'll be great fun and you'll meet new people as well as take part in a remarkable event.

Preston Passion Lesson 1 for female singers - 'There is a Green Hill Far Away'

Lesson 1: 'There is a Green Hill Far Away' These are lessons for the BBC Radio Lancashire Choir with music leader and singing tutor Beth Allen with BBC Radio Lancashire lunchtime host Sally Naden. The Preston Passion" on BBC One programme this Good Friday 2012 will be a spectacular event and BBC Radio Lancashire is offering you a once in a lifetime opportunity to be part of it by joining the "BBC Radio Lancashire choir"!   Staged on April 6th with the backdrop of Preston Bus station, it will be a contemporary and dramatic re-telling of the Passion story and feature an exciting combination of live performance and innovative drama. If you want to get involved, please RING us on 0845 305 9000 and register your interest- We'll need your name, phone number and an e mail address.  And bring a friend. It'll be great fun and you'll meet new people as well as take part in a remarkable event.

Cry Baby Aeroplanes and Ellis Mason at the Stages Christmas gig 2011

Cry Baby Aeroplanes and Ellis Mason perform an impromptu rock rap collaboration at the Stages Christmas gig on 3 December at the Hothouse in Morecambe. Stages is More Music's projects for young people interested in learning to play instruments, write songs, form bands and perform. Ellis is also part of the Friday Night Project, More Music's session for young people interested in hip-hop, rapping, DJing and beat-boxing. For more information, please visit our website at www.moremusic.org.uk.

Cry Baby Aeroplanes at the Stages Christmas gig 2011

Cry Baby Aeroplanes performing at the Stages Christmas gig on 3 December at the Hothouse in Morecambe. Stages is More Music's projects for young people interested in learning to play instruments, write songs, form bands and perform. For more information, please visit our website at www.moremusic.org.uk

Tazor performing at the Stages Christmas gig 2011

Tazor (aka Wilbert) performing his self-produced hip-hop track at the Stages Christmas gig on 3 December at the Hothouse in Morecambe. Stages is More Music's projects for young people interested in learning to play instruments, write songs, form bands and perform. Wilbert is also part of the Friday Night Project, More Music's session for young people interested in hip-hop, rapping, DJing and beatboxing. For more information, please visit our website at www.moremusic.org.uk.

Youth Orbit performing at the Hothouse December 2011

The Youth Orbit jazz band performing at the Hothouse in Morecambe on 2 December 2011. Youth Orbit is part of Orbit, More Music's jazz session for all ages to learn jazz standards and improve their playing ability. For more information, please visit our website at www.moremusic.org.uk.

The More Music Contemporary Orchestra at Made in Morecambe 2011

A section of the epic 18 minute piece by the More Music Contemporary Orchestra at Made in Morecambe 2011 at the Hothouse in Morecambe. The orchestra featured over 60 musicians and a huge range of instruments. The piece was written collaboratively with all the musicians over a six week rehearsal period. Made in Morecambe is More Music's annual showcase of all its project work throughout the year, featuring music leaders and members of the community. www.moremusic.org.uk

Boom Bike Big Band at Made in Morecambe 2011

The Boom Bike Big Band performing at Made in Morecambe 2011 at the Hothouse in Morecambe on 18 November 2011. The Boom Bike Big Band was a collaboration between More Music and Blaze Arts.Made in Morecambe is More Music's annual showcase of all its project work throughout the year, featuring music leaders and members of the community. www.moremusic.org.uk

Friday Night Project Beatbox Crew at Made in Morecambe 2011

The Friday Night Project Beatbox Crew performing at Made in Morecambe 2011 at the Hothouse in Morecambe. Made in Morecambe is More Music's annual showcase of all its project work throughout the year, featuring music leaders and members of the community. www.moremusic.org.uk

Totally Wired at the Hothouse

Totally Wired at the Hothouse on Friday 4 November 2011, a free arts event featuring music, poetry, films and dance. Performers were Glastonbury Festival resident poet Tony Walsh aka Longfella, Jess Thomas, Paul Levy, Miss P, Pete Moser, the Chinese Ensemble and Plainview, plus films by event organiser Richard Davis. www.totallywired.org.uk

The Dead Hormones at the Youth Music Power Tour 2011

The Dead Hormones at the Youth Music Power Tour at the Hothouse in Morecambe on 26 October 2011

Frock-On at the Youth Music Power Tour 2011

Frock-On performing at the Youth Music Power Tour at the Hothouse in Morecambe on 26 October 2011

This Time Next Week at the Youth Music Power Tour 2011

This Time Next Week performing at the Hothouse in Morecambe as part of the Youth Music Power Tour on 26 October 2011

Katy Pickles Band at the Youth Music Power Tour 2011

The Katy Pickles Band performing at the Hothouse in Morecambe as part of the Youth Music Power Tour on 26 October 2011

Stages Music Industry Day Part 3 of 5

The Stages Music Industry Day took place on Wednesday 26 October at the Hothouse in Morecambe. It was part of the Youth Music Power Tour, a collaboration between More Music, CoMusica and Music4U. It featured a Q&A with music industry professionals for young musicians aged 12 to 25. The panel was music journalist John Robb, Heartbreaks manager Nian Brindle, sound engineer Kevin Baxter and singer-songwriter Karima Francis.

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