Hello from DM London!
We’re getting ready for two exciting projects this week, both kicking off tomorrow morning.
Invisibility is a common problem in our work. Loads of people – including many in the music sector – simply haven’t heard of us; and if they have, their knowledge is sketchy at best.
I’ve read the Henley Review (no government researchers to brief me…) and I’m feeling very positive!
Coalitions are, obviously, much in vogue in this country at the moment. Despite the oncoming train that is the October 20th announcement on spending cuts, the public appears to be, in the main, relatively content with the Conservative/ Liberal pact.
What is music for? In a recent Q&A for the upcoming NAME conference, Dick Hallam, National Music Participation Director, was asked why he believed music education is important for all […]
We recently received a very generous donation, made in memory of Jason Morris, to support the development of Drake Music’s Curriculum Development Initiative.
(* Apologies to Bill Clinton campaign strategist James Carville) What is holding back increased participation and accreditation in music for disabled/SEN students in this country? It’s not the lack of […]
Working as the Business Development Associate I’m really pleased to see this fab new website up and running.
The music department in my first music teaching job in Bristol was situated on the second floor, not much use for students using wheelchairs (nor for delivery firms bringing up […]