Opinion: It’s time to get serious about widening accessibility

How well are the existing pathways through music education serving the needs of today’s students? This is the text of a speech given by Sound Connections Director,… Read more


Putting people at the centre: a new way of working

Amble Skuse has been selected for a residency with the British Paraorchestra. With a busy portfolio career, the writer, composer and performer says her Person-Centred Approach can… Read more


Does music education need qualified teachers?

Children’s right to a good music education should not be compromised by well-meaning amateurs in schools, argues Jonathan Savage Music education takes place in many and varied… Read more

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… Read more