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Intergenerational Music Making uses the power of music to bridge the gap between generations, tackle social isolation, loneliness whilst improving the mental health and wellbeing of both the young and the old. Through our unique music therapy projects, training, apprenticeships, workshops, events and public performances, IMM uses music and the arts as a catalyst to bridge social divides, build communities, expand horizons and open up new perspectives and relationships.  We bring together targeted groups, those living with Dementia, those suffering with mental health difficulties and those socially and economically deprived areas across all communities in unique music making projects.  We are determined to build healthy, resilient, connected and empowered communities throughout the UK, strengthening our society as well as fostering mutual understanding and tackling agesim.