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A Case Study from the Youth Music Mentors programme ...

A line from a relatively unknown song delivers a simple, yet effective reminder ...

If… …practice-sharing is a key to unlocking and harnessing the intelligence that’s spread across the 30,000 people in and around music education, …and practice-sharing also requires a bottom—up approach that needs more than just the efforts and direction of big infrastructure, …then how can we help practice-sharing to happen on a bigger, and more effective scale?

Celebrities and worthy causes are still a good mix.

  • by Anonymous (not verified)

    Thu 20 Oct 2011 - 1 comment

Eek! You have less than a week to perfect a killer pitch to blow that prospective donor away. What do you do?

  • by Anonymous (not verified)

    Thu 13 Oct 2011

Music Passport found that 'kids teaching kids' was an effective way of getting younger children involved in music making, as well as equipping older children with leadership and teaching skills.

What has got Darren all stirred up about the Army presence at the recent Music Industry Day?

  • by Anonymous (not verified)

    Fri 7 Oct 2011

The Music Passport Project developed a series of regular after-school sessions to train Young Music Leaders as 'Routefinders', imbuing them with mentoring and workshop skills.

  • by roshi

    Wed 28 Sep 2011 - 2 comments

Very sad that a programme that I've been leading for 7 years providing Singing and Song-writing for young people at Croydon College (in association with CRISP) has been cut due to lack of funding.

The recent changes in the music education landscape are nothing new. So what are you going to do about it?

Below are the key thoughts contributed to the discussion that explored the questions: What needs to happen next? How can Youth Music help to facilitate this?

Below are the key contributions to the discussion that explored exit strategies and sustainability.