Want to help people make/learn music? Add your service for free
Are you a music teacher, community musician, youth worker, group/band/choir leader, studio or rehearsal room owner? Do you offer music lessons or workshops, or spaces where young people can record and rehearse music? Connect with people who are looking for you!
Add your details to TouchBass, and people can find you by location, type of instrument/music, type of activity, age range and more – and then share your details on Facebook & Twitter.
You can add promotional copy, information, downloads, photos and web or social networking links. You can also include a Google map and Twitter feed - improving your profile and making it easier for people to follow and find you.Add your service now
Want to make or learn music? Find people who can help here
Always wanted to learn the ukelele but don’t know where to start? Fancy trying your hand at singing in a choir, but don’t know where to find one?
TouchBass is here to help: putting you and other young people in contact with the people and organisations that can help you.
You can search for details of music making or learning services by location, type of instrument/music, type of activity, age range and more. Then if you like what you see, you can share it on Facebook & Twitter. You can even see or add Google maps and Twitter feeds.
Who created TouchBass?
TouchBass was created in Gloucestershire, by people who care passionately about helping more young people make music, and who represent the county’s music education hub, MakeMusic Gloucestershire:
- Gloucestershire Music the county’s music education service
- Gloucestershire Music Makers community music organisation
- Anita Holford communications practitioner
- ICON.net Creative Digital Agency
The name TouchBass was the result of ideas from the young people of Gloucestershire, part of a competition in which the winner was ten year old Lucy Richmond from Stroud Valley School.
MakeMusic Gloucestershire is part of Gloucestershire County Council, and is funded by the Department for Education through Arts Council England.