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As musicians our work usually speaks for itself. In the words of Mr Wonder “Music is a world within itself with a language we all understand” As music leaders who are also musicians, I think we sometimes expect others to look at our work with the same level of understanding.

First things first, congratulations are in order for everyone involved at Wired4Music as funding has been secured for another year! This means one thing now, we have a lot of work to get on with.

  • by ally

    Fri 20 Apr 2012 - 2 comments

Are you too busy to read the 70+pages of the most recent Ofsted triennial review for music? If so, read on!

Arts Award want to develop new access pathways for children and young people who struggle to achieve the qualification.

Unlimit are a software development house creating resources for music education. They are in need of your help!

Here at More Music as we embark on a new 3 year Business Plan we are spending 3 days working with the key core team asking questions, sharing information and creating pathways for employment for staff and musicmaking for hundreds of participants.

The Metcalfe Smith Trust make grants where the money will make a significant difference to the quality of life or independence of adults or children with a physical disability, long term illness or a mental health difficulty.

  • by Anonymous (not verified)

    Fri 13 Apr 2012

Youth Music is pleased to announce that 89 organisations have been offered funding under the April 2012 round of the Youth Music Programme.

The next best thing to being a doctor …

I am currently undertaking some research to develop teaching resources that help young people make the transition from informal to formal music education.

This year the will be giving £450,000 to the development of new music and new musicians through two new schemes – Community Music and Music Fellowships.

As MusicLeader signs off, where can the music leading profession look now for ideas, support, training, development and work opportunities?