Diff Ambition: Youth Music Showcase By Nia Williams On Wednesday 26th July 2023, Anthem held our first ever youth
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Anthem is here to support young people in Wales to make, learn and celebrate music,
and to experience the life-changing benefits that brings.
We support them, and those who work with them through funding, partnerships and initiatives.
Anthem has been busy over the last year, now we’ve got lots to tell you about. Our Atsain Fund is supporting other youth music organisation across Wales to remove barriers to music for young people, and we are also working with young people directly through our Youth Forum.
Anthem Youth Forum brings together young creatives aged 17 – 24 years old from a mixture of genres and music backgrounds to work with us over the period of a year.
From music quizzes and sponsored concerts to online shopping, there are lots of fun things you can do to help empower young people in Wales through music.
The Gateway is for young people in Wales who love music and want to find out they can get involved. It’s here to help you build a better understanding of how the music industry works and create a pathway to your future career, whether it’s onstage, backstage, back office or in the audience.
Find all your essential music industry info here
What’s on offer around Wales at the moment
Join our online community and connect with our young music creatives
You can find all the latest Anthem news right here in our blog, including updates from our CEO, articles by our youth forum and reports on our research.
What I need, what the sector needs – sharing ideas for the future Thursday 14 September, 10am-12.30pm The Atsain
The Founding Patrons Circle will bring together a group of generous individuals who are passionate about and share Anthem’s vision, a Wales in which music can empower every young life.
You can help us to deliver an environment where our Welsh music culture and heritage is able to thrive. By considering a gift in your will, you can be part of a permanent legacy, supporting the next generation of musicians, music industry professionals and even the next superstar.
Partnering with a charity, in whatever capacity works for your business, can be a fulfilling and worthwhile experience. It can contribute positively to your brand, your reputation, and your company culture, and bring wider business benefits too.