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Latest Exam News: Updated 2 June
Put together by team at The Red House in Aldeburgh, we’re delighted to share a series of podcasts about Britten’s life.
Music can be made and enjoyed by anyone. And at times like this, the connectivity that music brings is more important than ever.
We are delighted to share a couple of song videos performed by young talents from the Brit School.
NYJO have collaborated with Ronne Scott’s to showcase new performances from the UK jazz scene. It’s a grassroots platform for plural creative voices at the start of their careers to have a place to express themselves live from the legendary Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club.
Take a Moment to sit back with the London Philharmonic Orchestra and lose yourself in the wonder of orchestral music.
Join us in celebration of the work of women in music!
Whilst preparing for the ARSM exam, I found myself spoiled for choice when it came to selecting the pieces of music that I actually wanted to play, leading to some very tough decisions in order to create a programme just thirty minutes long.
We’re delighted to share the news that City of London Sinfonia’s Sound Young Minds Programme has won the RPS Impact Award. Find out more about this fantastic programme.
Conductors! Who are they, what do they do and how did they get the job? Michael Seal is talking to distinguished conductors to find out all the answers.
Over 3000 of you have signed up for Classical 100, our fantastic collection of carefully selected pieces of music and activities for children and their families.
Treat yourself to a laugh out loud session with the National Children’s Orchestra of Great Britain and their amazing guests, the actor Tamsin Greig and musical comedian Bill Bailey.
Mairéad Sheerin, head of music at the Blackheath Conservatoire, explains how music can help us through the isolation of lockdown.
How do 60 individual violins, violas, cellos and basses transform into the lush sound of an orchestral string section? Who do they follow? What makes them all move together?
Phil McPharlane, or Mr Drum as he’s affectionately known, has produced several tutorial-styled videos to teach newcomers bucket drumming.
Sphinx Organization presents Elegy: In Memoriam - Stephen Lawrence, performed by the Sphinx Virtuosi ensemble.
How do you share with a wider audience work that has been created ‘in-the-moment’ when you can’t identify any part of the young people who created it?
ABRSM is helping bring music into the lives of people facing the challenges of disability and rural poverty in Tanzania.
Join us on a new musical adventure, a Race through Space. Your mission is to help to design our rocket so we can BLAST OFF!
Join us for an exciting fifteen minutes of singing and musical fun for children. Tune in to #FeelgoodFifteen every Tuesday at 9am to get children warmed up and ready for a day of learning.
YolanDa Brown is joined by flautist Juliette Bausor and percussionist Andy Barclay to discuss just what goes on in rehearsals.
Some of the positive comments we’ve received about our course, Becoming a Better Music Teacher.
If we have culture at the base of everything, we have the resilience and the possibility of rebuilding no matter what comes our way because we are sustaining one another, and together, we're stronger.’ Yo-Yo Ma.
Today marks National Harry Potter Day and to celebrate we wanted to share this wonderful series of YouTube films, analysing the music of Harry Potter by John Williams.
Join presenter Paul Rissmann to discover the final symphony from the remarkably prolific composer, Joseph Haydn.
Walsall Music Education Hub & Service is proud to present 'Heatwave'!
Meet Alessia, director of The Dhow Countries Music Academy (DCMA), recipient of the ABRSM International Sponsorship Fund 2020.
Our friends at the Royal Philharmonic Society are collecting stories of musicians doing remarkable things through the pandemic. We wanted to share some of these thought-provoking stories with you.
As part its Great Singing, Great Signing project, and together with deaf musician Paul Whittaker OBE, Yorkshire Youth and Music have produced a series of signed songs, available to learn online completely FREE of charge.