About Community Music

Community Music uses music as a tool for positive change.

As one of the UK’s oldest youth and community music organisations, we offer a diverse and exciting programme of courses, live events and professional training. This includes a foundation degree in music production and business, instrumental and music production tuition, career development and support packages, adult education, music leader training and a whole host of live events from small intimate gigs in our purpose-built theatre to taking part in national events and performance opportunities across the country. The majority of our programme is free. 

Our experienced diverse team and industry standard facilities mean that we are able to work both locally and nationally, working directly within the local community running grass roots projects whilst delivering tailor-made training and support programmes that respond to national need.

We work with children, young people and adults 
aged 8 and up. We aim to provide a safe, welcoming space where young people and adults can explore the music making opportunities available to them, build self-esteem and ambition, and develop a passion for music.

Our music leaders are all professional musicians or producers currently working in the music industry. We train our team in-house and all are fully qualified music leaders and highly experienced.

We work in partnership with a host of local and national companies, institutions and professionals to ensure our provision is of the highest quality. Our partners include the University of Westminster, London Borough of Tower Hamlets, Tower Hamlets Arts and Music Education Service, Mintel and Nomura to name just a few.

Getting here
Community Music is located at The Brady Arts and Community Centre and is easily accessible by public transport.

Address: The Brady Arts & Community Centre, 192-196 Hanbury Street, London E1 5HU

By Underground and Rail

We are located approximately 7 minutes walk from Whitechapel station (District/Hammersmith & City Lines and London Overground). Whitechapel station is currently undergoing improvement works as part of the Crossrail scheme and will include step freewww.streetmap.co.uk or follow the map below, which shows how to get to us from Whitechapel


Customers with Limited Mobility

The main entrance to The Brady Arts Centre has a permanent ramp with handrails on both sides of the pavement. Access to the theatre space and rehearsal rooms are both on ground level. The main studio is situated in the basement and has an electric stair lift suitable for all types of wheelchairs and mobility aids/vehicles. A smaller studio is available on the first floor and is accessible via a lift.

Visually Impaired Customers

Guide dogs are welcome. All music production sessions feature software than can be adapted to assist those with visual impairment and the main studio space has a projector and large screen.

Disabled Parking

The Brady Arts Centre has a designated disabled parking bay directly adjacent to the front entrance ramp.


Customer toilets are located on the ground floor. An adapted toilet for wheelchair users is also located on the ground floor, just next to the café

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