Wolverhampton Music Education Hub

Wolverhampton Music Education Hub (WMEH) has over ten years’ experience supporting the musical development of children in almost 100 schools in the city.

Wolverhampton Music Service hub partner Ben Cole talks about WYMT repertoire from an EDI standpoint.

Azaad Arts

We promote and practise cultural heritage through Punjabi Folk Music and dance. Our work includes education, training, consultancy and performance, enriching diversity and inclusion through various partnerships and projects.

We develop and deliver a range of innovative arts-based workshops, programmes, and projects to educate and empower people and groups throughout the community.

Azaad Arts is a Community Group which is dedicated to the development and music education of young people through Punjabi Folk music and projects.

Website: https://www.azaad-arts.co.uk

Paul Wilcox

Paul is an exceptionally talented singer/vocal coach/musician who has worked on many projects for the Hub in Wolverhampton.

These include leading our epic outdoor Singing in The Rain events, where he leads hundreds of primary pupils into song in the City Centre.

Bedazzle - WYMT

Our vision is that every young person feels their capacity to Bedazzle

Our founders, lifelong professionals working in public health, education, and care, have seen this belief slipping incrementally over the past decade.

As partners of Wolverhampton Music Education Hub, we manage and curate the performances of the Wolverhampton Youth Music Theatre. Our young performers can attend largely subsidised activity during the Summer and Easter holiday periods.  We are now also offering more activity funding by the Holiday Activity Fund in partnership with Wolverhampton City Council.

Wolverhampton Symphony Orchestra

The Wolverhampton Symphony Orchestra is a fully independent amateur orchestra formed in 1973 by a group of keen amateur players. The idea behind the formation of the orchestra was to satisfy a need for local players to prepare to as high a standard as possible interesting works for public performance. This is still the primary aim of the orchestra today.

The orchestra is managed by a committee consisting of the Musical Director and the leader plus members elected by the orchestra. It is financed through concert receipts and an annual subscription paid by the members.
It is also affiliated to Making Music (previously known as the National Federation of Music Societies).

Important Music Education Hub Documents

The Arena Theatre

Let Us Play Wolverhampton

Arts Council England

National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain

Birmingham Conservatoire

The Royal Academy of Music


Sing Up

City of Wolverhampton Council

Wolverhampton Youth Music Theatre


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