Arts charity gets show on Chelmsford Community Radio
Disability arts charity The Music Man Project is to host a new monthly show on Chelmsford Community Radio.
Hosted by charity founder David Stanley, who was recently named in the Queen’s New Year Honours List, the show features news, interviews and music to showcase the work they do for children and adults with learning disabilities, both in Essex and around the world.
The show will be on-air every second Sunday of the month from 10am-12pm starting on February 14th.
The Music Man Project is an international music education service for children and adults with learning disabilities, providing accessible music tuition leading to inspirational performances.
David Stanley says: “This is a wonderful opportunity to bring the voices and talents of musicians with learning disabilities to a wider audience. I am incredibly excited to share the stories of my amazing students who continue to astounds and inspire me in equal measure every day”
Chelmsford Community Radio Director Hal MacLean says: “We are delighted to be able to have such a worthwhile charity as part of our presenting team. When we set up the station we were clear it is for all people, not just those who have a background or skills in radio. This collaboration exemplifies what CCR is all about and we are eagerly looking forward to seeing this take root on the airwaves around Chelmsford.”