A revolutionary new teaching method linking music and maths that is taking the USA by storm will be introduced to UK instrumental teachers at this year’s First Access Forum. ‘Make Music Count’ is an innovative method of learning how to play the piano by solving maths equations. Developed in Atlanta Georgia, by Marcus Blackwell Jnr, […]
On 2oth March 2017, representatives from England’s Music Education Hubs, along with delegates from charities, arts organisations and schools, gathered at the Curriculum Music Conference to share their experiences of delivering and supporting curriculum music. As the event drew to a close, we asked delegates to answer three burning questions… We asked: What are the […]
We are looking for 4 ‘master teachers’ to run workshops at our forthcoming First Access Forum, which takes place in Birmingham on 9th June 2017. We are looking for teachers who can demonstrate excellent practice in First Access, Small Group, or 121 instrumental teaching. The successful candidates will be offered a free delegate ticket for […]
In light of the wave of recent terror attacks, including yesterday’s attack on London – apparently masterminded from my home town of Birmingham – in light of Brexit, and in light of Donald Trump’s election to the most powerful office in the world, it can sometimes feel that our sector’s fight to secure the future […]
Join us at #EdShow17 to discuss how we can help you to develop music in your school. Find out about our CPD courses & qualifications, browse our resources, pick up your free instrument, and enter our competition to #winagin The Education Show runs at the NEC Birmingham from 16th-18th March.
Download the Curriculum Music Conference programme here: CMC-2017-Timetable Visit our ‘Courses & Events’ page to book your place.
On the very last day of November 2016, representatives from England’s Music Education Hubs gathered at the Singing Strategy Symposium to debate and discuss methods to ensure that every child sings regularly. As in previous years, they were asked a set of questions to help us paint a picture of Singing Strategy provision in England. […]
Our office is now closed until Tuesday 3rd January 2017
So 2016, eh? Glad that’s nearly over… Although living through this year couldn’t be said to be the most positive experience, there were at least some wins for music education, including finally (FINALLY) a funding deal for Music Education Hubs that lasts more than a year! Here at the Music Education Solutions® office we’ve been […]
We are looking for presenters for the forthcoming Curriculum Music Conference on 20th March in London, further details on the ‘Courses & Events’ pages of our website. The event will be attended by music education hub leaders & teachers, primary teachers and secondary teachers. We are looking for presentations, workshops and discussions which will engage […]