Musical Role Models Programme



Unique workshops in mainstream schools, led by inspirational musicians with a learning disability

The Music Man Project UK is an award-winning, world record-breaking accessible music service, creating inspirational opportunities for children and adults with a learning disability to learn, enjoy and perform music. It operates across the UK and in South Africa and India. Following sell-out concerts at the London Palladium and Royal Albert Hall, in partnership with Southend Music Hub and Music On Sea, The Music Man Project now brings the magic of accessible music education and performance to children and young people in schools.

“Such a wonderful performance. It was so uplifting and inspiring.  There was a real warmth and community spirit in the hall.”West Leigh Junior School, Portico Academy Trust
“Fantastic! It’s amazing what you and your team do!”

Hilltop Primary School, Hearts Academy Trust
“Inspirational… the best feedback I’ve ever had back from staff let alone children.  The power and magic of music is so important as was proved today.”St Marys Prittlewell, Church of England Primary School
Workshops for Mainstream Schools

The Music Man Project provides hour-long whole school music performance workshops led by the Music Man Project Student Ambassadors, under the direction of MMP founder, David Stanley.  During each workshop, pupils learn to sing, sign, dance and play repertoire from the Music Man Project Songbook, as performed in the West End and the Royal Albert Hall.

A FREE service for Southend Schools

Includes complimentary CD, souvenir Music Man Bear and access to online follow-up resources



Sponsored by Music on Sea, Southend