The Glasshouse International Centre for Music (formerly Sage Gateshead)
The Glasshouse International Centre for Music is an international music centre and renowned conference and event venue located in the North East of England.
The Glasshouse International Centre for Music (formerly Sage Gateshead) in North East England is well-nown for inclusive music teaching.
Since 2014 Kavli Trust has supported its Big Sing and Big Sing for Mini Singers collaborations with schools in North East England.
Pupils and teachers work together with professional musicians as instructors. After months of teaching and practising, they are ready for concerts at the Sage’s venue!
More about this project
Continued musical collaboration for children and young people in North East England
December 18, 2023
Kavli Trust continues its support for The Glasshouse International Centre for Music (formerly Sage Gateshead). A £74,000 donation will fund cultural activities for children and young people in the Make Music programme throughout 2024.
Three-year partnership for music program for young people
November 20, 2020
Music-making for more than 30,000 children and young people from across the region will continue through Sage Gateshead until 2023, thanks to a new three-year partnership with Kavli Trust.
Three new years of partnership
November 06, 2017
Thousands of children to discover the joy of singing with a new three-year partnership between the Sage Gateshead and the Kavli Trust.
Track Project for 2780 pupils from 54 schools
March 17, 2017
The joy and sense of mastering children and young people experience through music, means a lot to how they experience life in general. Kavli Trust supports Sage Gateshead projects Big Sing and Big Sing for Mini Singers.
Sage Gateshead – The Big Sing and The Big Sing for Mini Singers
August 20, 2014
The Kavli Trust supports some of Sage Gateshead’s core projects, The Big Sing and The Big Sing for Mini Singers. The projects aim to connect children from a variety of backgrounds, teachers and schools with music beyond the resources available to their schools.