CLIC Sargent’s Young People’s Music Programme offers young people with cancer the chance to get involved in range of musical activities including:
- Mentorship from music industry professionals
- Developing singing and instrument skills
- Songwriting collaboration and arrangement
- Residential music workshops
- Studio recording
- A range of performance opportunities
Projects run throughout the year, and are all about YOU! From group work to individual opportunities, they’re a great way to improve your skills, boost your confidence and meet other young people with similar experiences and a love of music.
"It’s the best thing I’ve ever done being involved with the music programme. The experiences you get, the opportunities you get, and the people you meet just make it completely unforgettable."
Sandro Kaye, young musician
A group of young cancer survivors have released a touching music video as a ‘virtual choir’.
The 23 singers, all of whom have been affected by cancer, all sang pop superstar Sia’s The Greatest at various times throughout the year.
The performance release launched the charity’s month-long #Nofilter4cancer campaign in June 2017, which aimed to raise awareness of the hidden emotional and mental costs of cancer for young patients.
To sign up to hear about music programme activities, complete our online form.
For more information, please email CLIC Sargent's Music Coordinator Phil Day on firstname.lastname@example.org