Kent Music and Soundhub have merged to form a single lead organisation, under the name of Kent Music, responsible for the funding, governance and facilitation of the Music Education Hub.
ART31 are looking for young people from across Kent to help design the new ART31 website.
Band without Boundaries will be performing at the Rusthall Arts Festival on Monday 30th May.
Join the East Kent Rock School this summer from 8th August – 12th August! Other summer courses available. Click here for more info!
A series of books aiming to promote reading and music to all primary school aged children.
Apply for The Royal Ballet’s National Nutcracker programme, a ten-week creative dance challenge, to choreograph a dance with your KS2 class, inspired by a theme from the famous ballet The Nutcracker.
Take a look at a taster of classroom materials designed to support primary and lower secondary teachers.
Learn invaluable tips and tricks as well as hard-earned advice on how to overcome the potential pitfalls of using loop stations in a live context.
We are very happy to let you know that the Maidstone Primary Orchestra is returning for its third year!
A keyboard tutor book that can be used by any age group and by any numbers of students
Kent Symphonic Brass and Trinity Laban brass will be joining us again for the BOLD AS public concert, as well as the newly formed BOLD AS quintet
Click here to see the PowerPoint presentation accompanying Julie Evans’ and Lesley-Ann Smith’s presentations at the “Continuing with MusicPlus” CPD.
A FREE singing activity day for young people age 8 – 18 and adults from the National Youth Choirs of Great Britain.
Read about the latest changes to photocopying printed music for schools.
Soundhub are sponsoring the relaunch of the Soundlife Dover Music Centre.
Would you like to use MusicPlus Digital to teach ukulele in your school next year? It’s completely free…but you need to sign up NOW!
ART31 Youth Board we are now pleased to invite funding applications for ART31 activities.
We are offering a free twilight session for KS1 curriculum teachers who lack confidence in teaching music.
The BBC Orchestras are offering schools the chance to bring pupils to see a live orchestral performance
There is an exciting ART31 opportunity for young people aged 13 to 25 years old living in Kent and Medway.
The Association of British Orchestras (ABO) and Music Mark present a day for leaders/directors/conductors/managers of youth orchestras and associated ensembles.
Engage in a programme of training, shadowing, mentoring and learning that will develop your skills, experience and confidence as early years music practitioners. Only £50 registration!
Find out about the new initiative designed to encourage communication across Kent.
Can’t remember the songs you learnt at the KS1 Music training with Lucy Gove? No problem!
Join us for free training with Lucy Gove in Tunbridge Wells
Play and sing in the beautiful location of Benenden School with leading professional musicians.
The Royal Opera House is providing the workshop free of charge as they will be running a variety of music and dance projects in the Swale area.
Children aged between 8 – 19 years are invited to attend a variety of instrumental and singing courses lasting between three and six days.
The BBC have an exciting opportunity for Year 6 pupils to get involved with Ten Pieces II.
This one-day conference includes talks, workshops, networking opportunities and interactive sessions with leading professionals/organisations in music education.
Orchestra ONE is FREE to join and is open to all young people between the ages of 8-18.
Beyond the Dots – Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance’s 2016 Music Summer School
As each of us saw the full extent of the O2 stretching out above and below there were gasps of amazement.
‘Something Kind’ has been designed to empower children to counter bullying and unkind behaviour in schools.
Need confidence in your KS1 music teaching? This evening course will give you dozens of practical ideas and activities which you can use straight away in your own teaching.
The Kent County Junior Singers and Junior Choir aim to communicate to children the sheer joy of singing
The Canterbury Festival Foundation supports exceptionally talented young musicians in East Kent.
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