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Wren Music bio:

Wren Music works with individuals and communities across Devon. Wren’s choir and orchestra groups are truly open access with no auditions. Participants don’t require any experience to join in as music is taught by ear. The team of professional community musicians arrange traditional songs and tunes as well as composing new works. Wren Music has an inclusive style that brings together people with formal musical training and people who never believed they could be musical. They work with children in their early years, older adults in residential settings, and everyone in between including looked-after children, teenagers with disabilities, vulnerable adults, and the general public. Wren Music’s primary genre is folk music and they work with partners nationally and internationally in their areas of special interest – giving their community members the opportunity to learn a wide variety of songs and tunes.

Wren Music is serious about the changes that participation in the arts can bring about: regular contact with a group of familiar people, the chance for self-expression, learning about local cultural history, improving a new skill, achieving something together with others, and feeling proud of those achievements can all have a profound impact on people’s overall health, wellbeing and sense of belonging. And on top of all that, it can be really good fun!

 

Wren Music bio in under 100 words:

Wren Music works with individuals of all ages and communities across Devon. They champion the changes that participation in the arts can bring about. Wren Music’s choirs and orchestras are truly open access with no auditions. Participants don’t need any experience to join in as music is taught by ear. Wren Music’s primary genre is folk music and the team of professional community musicians arrange traditional songs and tunes, as well as composing new works. They also work with partners nationally and internationally to offer participants a variety of songs, tunes and experiences.