We thoroughly enjoy collaborating with these inspiring creative organisations, and look forward to being involved in future projects that promote music making with young children.

The trust and support provided by Martlets Music’s supporters ensures that there will continue to be opportunities for young people to make music in any capacity.

We are incredibly grateful for the support of recent donors who include, The Isabel Blackman Foundation, The Earnest Cook Trust, Hastings Youth Trust, The Roy Hudson Trust, The Cavatina Trust, The Fairlight Trust, Hastings International Piano Concerto Competition and many individual donors.

East Sussex Music
East Sussex Music
The East Sussex Music Service originated as the East Sussex Rural Music School in 1935. Today, as part of East Sussex County Council, East Sussex Music offers a wide variety of music opportunity throughout the County for children and young people, presently teaching up to 6000 young instrumentalists in primary, secondary and special schools. In addition, 2000 students take part in Music Centres and approximately 1000 take part in the annual Summer School courses.
Glyndebourne
Glyndebourne
Glyndebourne is an English country house dedicated to inspiring a love of opera, which continues to support young people from across East Sussex to develop their singing talent.
Audio Active
Audio Active
Specialising in music technology and urban performing art forms, Audio Active creates exciting projects and opportunities for young people that nurture their talent and teach them skills that increase their life chances in adulthood.
Rhythmix
Rhythmix
Rhythmix is one of the UK’s leading music charities, delivering a large range of music making opportunities for young people across the South East region.
Sussex Community Foundation
Sussex Community Foundation
Martlets Music is very grateful for the support provided by Sussex Community Foundation. The generous donation from the Westdene Foundation has allowed Martlets Music to support a professional visiting musicians programme giving young people the chance to work with experienced musicians and conductors.
The Voices Foundation
The Voices Foundation
The Voices Foundation’s chief aim is to help transform the lives of pirimary school children through singing.
Our new Ready for School project relies heavily on the fantastic resource Inside Music (Early Years: Age 0 – 5) and we are very grateful for their kind sharing of the materials.