- Music teacher Judith Kleinman launches Chairs for Children campaign
A double bass player and teacher at the Junior Royal Academy of Music is heading a campaign for schools to provide children with more comfortable chairs.
- Don’t Stop the Music taken on by industry bodies
The Incorporated Society of Musicians (ISM) and Music Industries Association (MIA) have announced they will ‘work in association’ on the Don’t Stop the Music campaign.
- Royal College of Music appoints John Simpson Architects for £25m redevelopment
The Royal College of Music (RCM) has unveiled plans for a £25m redevelopment including two new concert halls.
- Mixed results for music education hubs, says NFER report
The music education hubs established by the government three years ago have made good progress but will face persistent challenges as pupil numbers continue to rise, an independent report has concluded.
- Music teachers sceptical about online tuition, The Tutor Pages report shows
Music teachers are more sceptical than most other tutors about the idea of online tuition, a report has revealed.
Contents for Music Teacher
- Safeguarding: Ian Pace on why music education should be leading a process of reform
- Diary of a head of music: Jane Werry is all things to all pupils, all in the cause of coursework
- Bach in harmony: Christopher Mabley examines the importance of JS Bach’s chorale harmonisations
#SaveBYMT: Jeremy Nicholas reports from Bromley Youth Music Trust
- The CPD issue
CPD in 2015
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Life after Grade 8
Have you or your students passed Grade 8 and need a new performance challenge? A diploma could be just the ticket, as Clarissa Payne discovers