For us technology has enabled us to do what we love every day. Supporting young people with their development while working creatively with music.
But has the development of technology made things worse? Do we have shorter attention spans? Are we becoming more anxious? Is anybody truly bored anymore?
Our philosophy in 90 Minute Music comes from researching how humans utilise technology and exploring how we can add value in terms of sociability and building resilience.
There is often a perceived conflict between us and technology especially when it goes wrong.
In our experience some young people are more likely to be enthusiastic about engaging with technology than each other.
We use this to our advantage by using the technology to focus on the things that technology has begun to erode. We share our knowledge of music, production and the world of DJing to identify how we can synergise groups of individuals by learning about their primary needs.
We have supported thousands of young people with their development by identifying areas of support and quickly putting that support in place through our training and expertise.
Although our aims are to support health and development, the nature of our work is having fun and sharing each others qualities.
I didn’t like 90 Minute Music, I loved it.
C. B. Age 10 Doncaster
We will be at Myplace Bentley from 6.00pm on Wednesday 8th of June.
Norbreck Communal Hall Askern from 5.00pm on Thursday 9th of June.
Bullcroft Memorial Hall from 7.15pm on Thursday the 9th of June.
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