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Richmond Jam play at NYMAZ research launch event

Richmond Jam were delighted to be part of the NYMAZ ‘Young People, Music and Rural Isolation Symposium'

  • 5 February 2015
  • Author: Kieran Corkin
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Richmond Jam play at NYMAZ research launch event

Richmond Jam were delighted to be part of the NYMAZ ‘Young People, Music and Rural Isolation Symposium’ in Thirsk on Tuesday 27th January 2015. The event saw the launch of The Young People, Music & Rural Isolation Research Report "Gone in the Air" which sees NYMAZ call for rounded approach to out-of-school music education to ensure children in rural England have equal life chances. Richmond Jam were invited to close the event with a half hour set featuring compositions by band members Alex, Ollie and Simon. NYMAZ Director Heidi Johnson "Richmond Jam provided the perfect way to round off the afternoon with the 'live' evidence of what we'd been discussing all day!"

To find out more about the research which will help shape the future provision of informal music not only across North Yorkshire but countrywide click here.

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