CLIP provide musical services and products which enable and empower young people to take creative risks and create exciting new music. Based in North Essex, our free accessible music workshops support young creatives to explore new technologies and get curious with sound in supportive and encouraging environments, ensuring self-perceived ability is never a barrier to entry. CLIP’s innovative range of music instruments offers exciting new accessible ways of making electronic music, and in turn generating income with supports our social cause.
Simon also has a PGCE, is a practicing lecturer in Sonic Arts and is a trained Mental Health First Aider.
Frazer is level 2 safeguarding trained and has received training in working with young people with autism spectrum condition.
What they've said about CLIP
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”CLIP provide a really accessible, inclusive and tailored service. They are passionate in their approach to delivering workshops and patient to the different needs that present in the group. The CLIP team really encourage our service users to take creative risks which allows them to feel they have achieved and increases both their knowledge base and confidence.Sonia ShaljeanFounder, Lads Need Dads
”[CLIP's] performance was one of my favourite things in the festival, and left me a sense of hope and peace.Ranieri SpinaProducer, Yarmonics Festival
”May I thank you for your fantastic music experience you offered our young people this evening. Our young people loved the session which was evident in the way they participated.Tony BrennanTargeted Youth Advisor, Essex Youth Service
”[CLIP] created such a relaxing but energetic atmosphere that felt like you could join in, contribute and have a go. We all need a regular dose of Clip in our lives!Beth HullYouth Programmer, Firstsite
”99% of participants said the family workshop was excellent. 1% of participants said the workshop was good.Laura DavisonLearning and Participation Leader, Roman River Music Festival