Rhythm & Respect
Spirit of 2012’s Youth Advisory Panel awarded nearly £50,000 for the Devonport music charity’s ‘Rhythm and Respect’ project
The project in numbers
The one-year ‘Rhythm and Respect’ programme used music to bring people of all generations together to reduce social isolation across the city.
The project brought together people from different generations, abilities and cultures to make music and perform together. It focused on building skills, confidence understanding and tolerance which appealed to members of the youth advisory panel who made the decision.
The ‘Rhythm and Respect’ project targeted around 100 socially-isolated young people as well as many more people of all ages across Plymouth.
- Use music to bring people of all generations together to reduce social isolation across the city.