Professional Development

Earlier this year we were excited to award Wired4Music member Jacob Roberts-Mensah a place on our Generate programme, with a bursary and mentoring support to run his own music project.

A discussion of how working with Audioactive has helped me to develop as an artist and professional, looking specifically at performance with Ableton Live.

A discussion of how working with Audioactive has helped me to develop as an artist and professional, looking specifically at performance with Ableton Live.

Arts Council run a peer development and mentoring programme for Music Education Hubs, and those who want to take part as a mentor or mentee must register their interest by 7 September 2017.

Valuing Music in Special Needs Settings is practitioner led research which explores a range of music making and singing approaches for whole class teaching (WCT) and group work in Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) schools.

3 days of practical training to develop skills and confidence in Creative Music Leading

If you have a creative child, you really want to see that child shine. Enrolling your child in a music school is costly and time consuming, but it’s worthwhile to see your youngster reach their fullest potential. Finding a music school is a lot more nuanced and complicated than finding a youth sports league or a run of the mill after school activity. It’s worth doing thorough research to be sure you’ve found the right environment for your child to flourish.  

XLR Collective's Hack a Heckle have released their lead single called 'Hide'

Mexico is a country rich full of contrasts with a wide range of cultural, educational, economic and political differences. It is full of culture and history with a wealth of musical rhythms and over 70 indigenous languages. This same cultural variety and rich contrasts are reflected in the 119.5 million Mexicans living in the Mexican Republic and 53 million of whom live in extreme poverty at the same time one of the world's richest men is Mexican.
 

The Music Leader Training Programme (EaT)
Train as a community music teacher and gain a City and Guilds EaT qualification

LONDON & BRISTOL CLASSES AVAILABLE

The Music Leader Training Programme (EaT)
Train as a community music teacher and gain a City and Guilds EaT qualification

LONDON & BRISTOL CLASSES AVAILABLE

Jack Drum Arts have just wrapped up our week-long annual Summer School that saw a host of young performers and musicians aged 8 – 25 come together in the beautiful grounds of Auckland Castle to work alongside professional and emerging artists, and castle staff, to research, develop and perform a piece of drama with music.