Music For Youth National Partnership Awards

Events Description

The National Partnership Awards provide a unique opportunity for Music for Youth to match some of the talented musicians who perform at the National Festival with music industry partners.

These partners are keen to welcome young musicians from across the country and offer them developmental music education experiences appropriate to the needs and circumstances of each group. The award sponsors represent some of the key players in the arts and music sector and have a wealth of knowledge to offer young musicians.

At the end of each main stage session at the National Festival 2016 two groups were nominated by our professional Music Mentors.

Nominations were made based on:

  • Performance practice eg. quality of musicianship, commitment, stage presence, performance discipline
  • Innovation and creativity eg. choice of repertoire, imaginative presentation, student composition
  • Inclusive approach to performance eg. high-quality whole group performance, inclusive project

Music for Youth considered all the nominations and made the final selections in partnership with the award sponsors. Music for Youth is grateful to the award sponsors, and hope that the activity

Music for Youth is grateful to the award sponsors, and hope that the activity programmes they present will inspire teachers, directors and most of all young musicians, leading to new partnership opportunities on an ongoing basis.

Organizers

Music For Youth

3rd Floor South Wing Somerset House Strand London WC2R 1LA

//www.mfy.org.uk

About the organiser

Music for Youth is a national youth music charity working to provide young people aged 21 and under across the UK with free, life-changing performance and progression opportunities, regardless of background or musical style.

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Formerly the National Music Council Music Education Awards, and now run by the Music Education Council, the awards celebrate those services which demonstrate imaginative, inclusive and all round high-quality music provision. Drawing attention to such best practice allows colleagues to learn from each other and share their exemplary practice more widely, so improving standards. These awards also offer the opportunity to promote widely the value and importance of everybody’s work, helping to secure the future of high-quality music education for all.

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All hubs (England) and music services (Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland) may apply, and all are treated fairly: the judging panel taking into account the size of each hub or service and its funding in making its decisions. We think you will find a submission easy to make: our form asks very few statistical questions, demands no lengthy answers, and does not require you to attach additional information.


Application forms by region

England

Wales

Scotland

Northern Ireland


Schedule

  • From 26 June 2017 MEC Music Education Awards 2017 open for submissions
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  • December 2017 Shortlisted services announced
  • February 2018 MEC Music Education Awards 2017 Winner announced!

We look forward to receiving your submission (sent by email to admin@mec.org.uk) by Monday 9 October 2017. If you have any queries, email Angela Ruggles on the above e-mail address (allow at least a week for replies).