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AT A GLANCE

OUR VISION

MIDI is a non-profit-making organisation which has been founded by a group of local musicians and music industry professionals. We aim to develop emerging talent, increase opportunities for musicians and audiences, and generate business for the music industry in Devon.

OUR AIMS

MIDI has identified an ambitious range of aims and objectives which we hope to achieve through establishing a county-wide network for musicians and music industry professionals, as well as through delivery of various projects and events.

OUR PLANS

To achieve our aims and objectives, we intend to develop a number of projects and events over the coming months and years. We welcome ideas from local musicians, and are very keen to involve the wider musical community in all we do.

400,000

People reached as a total audience

£150,000

Raised for community music projects

300+

Devon based artists/bands we've worked with

PROJECTS & EVENTS

Each August, the annual Exeter Street Arts Festival brings Exeter city centre to life with dozens of exciting live art performances.

EXETER STREET ARTS FESTIVAL
PARTNERSHIP MUSIC PROJECTS

The Amber Foundation supports homeless and unemployed young people, providing a temporary, safe place to live with the space and support that they need to transform their lives.

Our colourful pop-up pianos are positioned at various sites across the city. The pop-up pianos started life part of the Street LAB Project...

DEVON POP-UP PIANOS

Working at grassroots level, SoundTribe provides fully equipped rehearsal space, tuition and guidance for young people from experienced professional musicians.

SOUNDTRIBE
 

MEET THE TEAM

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JAMES GILL

DIRECTOR

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SAMUEL WALKER

MUSIC WORKSHOP LEADER

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NICK HALL

DIRECTOR

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TOM ADAMSKI

DIRECTOR

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