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Sound and Music launch Steve Martland Bursary Fund

Sound and Music launch Steve Martland Bursary Fund

New Music charity Sound and Music has launched an appeal to raise £25,000 by July 2018 to create a bursary fund supporting young composers attending the organisation’s annual residential Summer School for Young Composers. The fund [Read more...]
New opportunities from Drake Music for disabled musicians

New opportunities from Drake Music for disabled musicians

Disability music charity Drake Music is inviting disabled musicians from the South West of England to apply for paid training opportunities as part of the organisation’s Emergent: A Music Legacy programme. Emergent: A Music Legacy [Read more...]

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Helen Steer is an educator, maker, entrepreneur and award-winning writer. She has worked in education for a decade and specialises in getting new technologies into the classroom in a fun, easy way. Helen was previously a director of the innovative education platform, Explorer HQ, with whom she published six books for children and educators.

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Is the tide turning for music education funding in Wales?

Is the tide turning for music education funding in Wales?

Struggling against the tide of austerity cuts, music education in Wales is fighting to keep its head above water, but a new raft of measures is offering some respite, says Karen Stretch. There was more than a touch of irony when members Read more...
Opinion: Music Education – I’m angry. You should be too

Opinion: Music Education – I’m angry. You should be too

So here we are in 2017 and music education in publicly funded schools in the UK has, seemingly, never been in a more parlous state. And it makes me angry. The evidence is mounting that more and more schools are reducing their commitment Read more...