Work With Us

Developing Professional Music Leaders

Make Some Noise works with experienced and new creative practitioners, to help them improve their skills and confidence.

Make Some Noise’s musicians work on projects with a wide range of children and young people, from toddlers to older teens, and families. The well-being and confidence of the musicians leading our work is a high priority. We offer the chance to observe others leading workshops, to lead in a trainee role with support and feedback, and to take the lead on projects from start to finish.


PLEASE NOTE: We are not currently recruiting, however we will accept CVs and contact you if anything appropriate becomes available.

Who would want a community without music?

We are always growing our team of musicians with a rich variety of musical skills, who relate well to a diverse range of children and young people, bringing out their full potential, musically, socially and emotionally.

Community music is an approach to music-making that stresses active collaboration between individuals who play, create, improvise and perform music together, regardless of their skill level. At Make Some Noise, we passionately believe that is the creative process of music-making that fosters individual growth and the sense of community development.

Music is highly effective tool that brings communities together. It also acknowledges differences.

If you would like to join our wonderful team of highly professional, engaging, fun, creative and forward-thinking musicians, in wonderful communities, with children, young people, families and partners organisations, then drop us a line.


This project has really helped me compose music, and with my singing. It helps boost your confidence in all elements of music. I got involved because I wanted to widen my range of singing, instead of just staying with pop music.

Participant -


Working with young people in difficult circumstances is not always easy, but the effect these projects have on their lives is immeasurable. These projects transform lives.

Clare Fernyhough -


SoundProof at CEDARS pupil referral centres was well targeted and very successful. The leaders worked well with some very vulnerable children, emotionally, behaviourally and socially disaffected.

Mike Fenton -


Get in touch

If you are a musician interested in working with us, call us on 01785 278 454 or email on

Please note that you must have Public Liability Insurance and is subject to enhanced DBS check (please notify us if you are already signed up to the DBS Update Service).