Soundbox playing live at the Spitalfields Music Festival 2018 in December at the V&A Museum of Childhood.
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A busy time for our music education team with talks, training and workshops coming up across the country, including Music Mark 2018.
This blog post is part of a series of technology-based pieces from the Exchanging Notes project, in which we will share resources that have worked well in our accessible music sessions at Belvue School. See this […]
The 2017-18 academic year has finished with great success for our Compose and Perform course. Nearly 100 students – all of whom face barriers to music – have achieved accredited […]
We are pleased to report that the award-winning Short Guide to Accessible Music Education has seen a big rise in the number of new entries. With now 200 entries to […]
As part of the four year Youth Music funded Exchanging Notes project, we’ve been collaborating with Ealing Music Services to deliver two Ramp it Up projects in local primary schools. […]
Our theme in the final term of Exchanging Notes at Belvue School is “music outside the classroom”: exploring different ways of making music, and how the young musicians involved can […]
We’re now in the final term of the Rhapsody in Ealing/Exchanging Notes project at Belvue School, and things are hotting up. Over the last few weeks, we’ve been working with […]
During the spring term at Belvue School we have been exploring what music can look and sound like outside the classroom. Young musicians have played in assemblies, made music in […]