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Deputy store manager Nigel from Sainsbury's Castle Marina welcomed eight performers from In Harmony Nottingham into the store on 12 October. The group gave a short performance for the staff as part of their full team meeting. Around 80 staff enjoyed the concert.

Julian Lloyd Webber, chairman of Sistema England and founder of In Harmony, said that "while things are much better than they were 10 years ago, there is still a long and winding road ahead before we can say that all our children have access to music."

A debate in the House of Lords about music education for children with physical disabilities included positive comments about the In Harmony programmes in Newcastle, Nottingham and Telford.

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Sistema England on BBC Music magazine

BBC Music magazine has published a very interesting article about Sistema England and the programmes we work with. 

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