IMPs (Inclusive Music Projects)
IMPs is a year-round programme of fun, inclusive music activities for children and young people from York and the surrounding area. You can find out more about all the IMPs activities below.
You don’t need any previous musical experience to take part and we support everyone to get involved and express themselves in the way that works best for them.
Junior IMPs After School Clubs
Inclusive after school music groups for under-11s, delivered in primary schools.
At Junior IMPs you can learn to sing and sign, learn basic phrases in sign language and make music.
Senior IMPs is a weekly, inclusive music group for young people aged 11+.
At Senior IMPs you can learn to sing and sign in our choir, make music in our band and train to be an apprentice workshop leader.
IMPs Holiday Clubs
We run fun inclusive music workshops during the school holidays for children aged 5-10 and young people aged 11+.
IMPs Apprentice Training Programme
The IMPs Apprentice Training Programme offers disabled and non-disabled young people the chance to train to become music workshop leaders.
IMPs Outreach Workshops
We run music workshops in schools, youth groups and community settings around York.
Workshops are co-led by the IMPs apprentices, disabled and non-disabled young people who are training to become workshop leaders.