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Conductor Karina Canellakis makes Proms history with stirring First Night

July 27, 2019

Shared from the BBC The US musician led the BBC Symphony Orchestra and Chorus and BBC Singers in a stirring and dramatic programme culminating in Leoš...

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June 24, 2019

We value both our staff and schools.  We ensure that all staff do their best for their pupils while also ensuring that they themselves remain safe...

Everything you’ll ever need to know about music theory

June 17, 2019

Shared from ClasscialFM online With this beauty on your wall, music theory has never been easier. Tone Deaf Comics are always good for education and entertainment in equal...

‘Music is an invaluable resource when it comes to children’s mental health – and yet it’s under attack’

June 4, 2019

Shared from the TES Music sparks creativity, taps into emotions and helps young people to understand their own being, says one musician – it has a...

Dyslexia can be overcome with nursery rhymes and music, says Cambridge professor

May 27, 2019

Shared from The Telegraph Children can overcome dyslexia by learning nursery rhymes, dancing and singing because the condition is caused by lack of rhythm in brain,...

Why not put music at the heart of education?

May 13, 2019

Shared from The Guardian Every child should have the opportunity to learn to read music and play an instrument, not just the kids of thrusting middle-class...

‘Music lessons should be free’, says education secretary

May 10, 2019

Education secretary accepts music tuition fees could be stopping pupils pursuing music qualifications Scotland’s education secretary is urging councils to provide instrumental music tuition free of charge as...

The meaning of a good, well-rounded music education

May 9, 2019

Shared from The Guardian Readers share their perspectives on the charitable status of private schools, and the importance of music lessons for pupils of all backgrounds...

Music lessons ‘being stripped’ out of schools in England

May 7, 2019

Shared from the BBC State schools in England have seen a 21% decrease in music provision over the last five years, research suggests. At the same time, access to music in independent schools has risen by...