Episode 2 of The Music Man Project Podcast, presented by founder and CEO of The Music Man Project charity, David Stanley.
In this episode we meet one of the most famous Music Man Project students, Wendy "Woo". Wendy and her fellow musicians, Graeme and Sam, sang the opening lines of the National Lottery's 25th birthday advert "3 is a Magic Number". The advert has been seen by millions of people on TV and at cinemas across the UK.
We also chat to Music Man Project charity Director Natalie Bradford about what it was like to set up the first regional Music Man Project and learn more about her ground-breaking research at the Royal College of Music. Natalie chooses her favourite Music Man Project song: "High Low Middle".
The world record-breaking Music Man Project provides award-winning accessible music education and performance opportunities for children and adults with learning disabilities across the UK and around the world. These remarkable musicians have performed at the Royal College of Music, London Palladium and The Royal Albert Hall.
Every podcast will include news, music, interviews and lots of other exciting features and surprises. We will celebrate the achievements of all people with learning disabilities from around the world.
To find out more visit www.themusicmanproject.com, follow "The Music Man Project UK" on Facebook or subscribe to David Stanley's blog at www.themusicmanblog.com.
Devised and presented by David Stanley
Produced by Jon Webber
The Music Man Project, charity no. 1188041
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