Can the ‘young leader’ only be developed in a formal and structured way?

  • by Rhythmix

    Fri 6 Jul 2012 - 1 comment

Are you a Music leader but also a performing artist?
Does the work you do with young people inspire and influence your creativity as an artist?
Would you like to find out more about how to develope yourself as an artist?

But should we deliver karaoke as part of the national curriculum? Darren Poyzer ponders over a few short questions …

NYMAZ (North Yorkshire Music Action Zone) and North Yorkshire County Council are celebrating winning the Libraries Change Lives Award for the Skipton Rewind Club.

"Mentoring is a developmental partnership through which one person shares knowledge, skills, information and perspective to foster the artistic and professional growth of someone else."

For the past few months I have been sitting in front of a computer, answering emails, attending meetings, reading reports, negotiating, discussing, phoning, planning, aaghhh! What for?

Sound Connections is developing a free associate membership level of its London Early Years Music Network (LEYMN), thanks to recent funding from Youth Music

  • by Anonymous (not verified)

    Wed 27 Jun 2012

NAME answers your burning questions and provides a handy directory of Music Education Hubs in your area..

As we at Wren Music prepare for our 30th anniversary, I was asked by an external colleague ‘Why do you bother with Wren? Why don’t you all just go freelance?’ Which got me thinking – why not?

Here's a bit of a warm up jam - click for a link!

  • by Kate_MB

    Thu 21 Jun 2012 - 2 comments

I am sitting mapping out the website for Musical Eyes.

After Josh’s update last week, we asked another member of the Bright Sparks Apprentices to tell us about their experiences on this project for young musicians in Brentwood, Essex. Nathan, who has been putting his skills to good use in the project’s brass section, shared his thoughts with us: