Make music a family affair by finding out how you can support your children on their musical journey and create musical moments that everyone at home can share.
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Music Theory exams – March 2021
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Throughout February, we set a challenge to create a visual depiction of what Dvořák might have seen when he arrived in America in 1892 – listeningto Dvořák’s famous Largo from the New World Symphony for inspiration.
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Simon was supposed to have been attending the wedding of his old friend Figaro but sadly couldn't travel there. The LSO players suggested doing a special online concert for him and Simon agreed to conduct!
Our partner Allianz Musical Insurance has some tips for keeping instruments safe at home, as well as advice on what to do if an accident does happen…
The Boy and the Bunnet is a brilliant way to introduce children (and adults) to the Scots language and Scots traditional instruments.
Challenge your children to complete a few Classical 100 activities this week. Listen, learn and explore all 100 pieces.
Learning to play a musical instrument or to sing brings extraordinary, lifelong benefits. Why?
Explore Sing Up’s free resources to keep kids learning and singing outside of school. You can add these pages to your school's website or VLE and encourage families to visit too.
Jump to the rhythm of Jessie Montgomery’s Starburst, wander through a fairytale world with Ravel, or just lie on the sofa and chill while the sounds of George Walker’s gorgeous Lyric for Strings wash over you
Every day Durham Music releases a new video with an extension worksheet for different years and abilities - fun for all the family.
Alison Cox, Head of Composition at the Purcell School and founder of The Commonwealth Resounds, on why learning to compose is important and what’s being done to encourage more young people to get involved.
Understanding and clarifying your own expectations about your child’s lessons can make a huge difference to a teacher-parent relationship and will have a positive knock-on effect on the learner’s experience.
Ten great tips for helping with your child’s practice.
Paul Harris offers some thoughts for parents to help their children get the most out of practice.
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