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Here's an update of where we stand after the first round of applications, and an opportunity for you to tell us what you think about the changes we've made to our funding programme

  • by Kate_MB

    Fri 9 Dec 2011 - 2 comments

Check out some brilliant, simple, accessible Christmas songs to sing with under 5s and families.

It’s always really exciting to be able to work in partnership with other projects and programmes, especially when it offers a chance for musicians to try something new and learning new skills. So I was delighted when we got the opportunity to offer two places to MLWM members to work with mac and Kindle theatre on the Minotaur project a few months ago.

If you live in Brighton & Hove please sign this e-Petition, if you don't live there please share and like as your friends might! GET SIGNING, LIKING AND SHARING!

Tina Redford offers enlightenment, Darren Poyzer takes the train ...

The Stake is a "unique competition that gives people the chance to decide how £100,000 is spent AND allows bright ideas to turn into a reality."

Sound Sense, the UK professional association for community music, has published an exploration of music education hubs in the quarterly journal of community music, Sounding Board.

A summary of some key points in the new National Plan For Music Education that are relevant to individual practitioners.

The first ever National Plan for Music Education – The Importance of Music was published on 25th November this year. It sets out the Government’s vision for music education. Below is Youth Music's response together with information on how our funding can contribute to this National Plan.

A National Plan for Music Education (NPME)? …Hurrah! it’s good to have one...

  • by Anonymous (not verified)

    Fri 2 Dec 2011

Reflective practice with a twist? More Music in Morecambe's Pete Moser reflects on Youth Music's new funding programme. Turn up your computer speakers for this one...

Many schools have music departments on the edge of the sports field so as not to "bother" the other subjects. Has the Music Plan's Annex 2 done the same to technology?