On Friday 2nd June a concert was held at Cirencester Parish Church to celebrate the wonderful vocal talents of Gloucestershire’s young people and to highlight some of the opportunities available in our county for passionate singers.
Music & Drama Education Expo|Manchester features over 20 workshops, lectures, debates and Q&A’s from award-winning pedagogues, leading practitioners and some of the biggest organisations and institutions in the industry.
Auditions are for entry into both the Junior Choir (upper voices age 9 – Year 9) and the Senior Choir (SATB, girls Year 10+ and boys with changed voices). The choirs meet twice a year, at Easter and in the summer, for 6 day residential courses.
On Saturday 10th June, young musicians from Gloucestershire Music (Local Authority Music Service) will help celebrate the BBC Music Day. Our BBC Ten Pieces day will be held at three locations in Stroud, Gloucester and the Forest of Dean.
Following the huge success of their first two events, the Cotswold Edge Brass Festival are delighted to announce their 2017 Festival - a fun, informal and inspiring weekend of activities for all ages, all brass instruments and all abilities.
Are you a teacher who wants to support students with SEN/D in your school to make music? You don’t have to be a teacher in a special school – or a music specialist – to come along to The Music Works next SEN/D music twilight session on Tuesday 25 April, 4.30-6/6.30, at The Milestone School, Gloucester.
Open to all Midlands young musicians aged 13 (in year 9) to 21, the CBSO Youth Orchestra gives its members an unmatched opportunity to be part of an internationally renowned orchestral organisation, playing challenging music in prestigious venues with top professional conductors and soloists.
Organised by The Music Works these sessions are open to music leads and others who teach students with SEND and could potentially make a significant difference to the accessibility and reach of music in your schools.
A snapshot of music education in Gloucestershire in 2015/16 has been published by Make Music Gloucestershire, the county's music education hub. The report is a snapshot of the work in 2015/16 of schools, and organisations funded by Make Music Gloucestershire, in reaching young people through music education.
The Royal Northern Sinfonia is the UK's only full-time chamber orchestra and the leading professional orchestra in the North East. Connect: Resound and Durham and Darlington Music Hub present a unique opportunity to experience a live streamed performance of Prokofiev’s classic musical tale for children, Peter and the Wolf.
Organised by The Music Works, the next SEND music twilight sessions is being held on 31st January in Gloucester. These sessions are open to music leads and others who teach students with SEND and could potentially make a significant difference to the accessibility and reach of music in your schools.
Open Mic Music Competition 2017: Following on from this year's success, the Christian Arts Festival invites applications from talented young musicians, aged under 16 and 16-20, to take part in the 2017 Festival.