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MIA welcomes government commitment

MIA welcomes government commitment

Musicroom January 5, 2011 0

A government pledge which has implied that funding for music education will continue has been welcomed by the Music Industries Association (MIA). The body was reacting to news that the coalition expects that it

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European music award open for entry

European music award open for entry

Musicroom January 5, 2011 Comments Off

European-based musicians and music groups have been encouraged to enter a new competition for creative minds and musical ideas. The YEAH! Young EARopean Award aims to reward programmes and individuals who are able to

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Discover Trinity Guildhall Music Exams!

Discover Trinity Guildhall Music Exams!

Musicroom January 4, 2011 1

Trinity Guildhall will be holding a series of free presentations across the UK and Ireland throughout 2011, covering their wide range of music examinations and qualifications in full detail. The first presentation will take

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Local authority wins prestigious national music education award

Local authority wins prestigious national music education award

Musicroom December 29, 2010 0

Youth musicians and their teachers in East Ayrshire have been presented with a national award recognising the high quality of music provision in the region. East Ayrshire Council was named as the winner of

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Schoolchildren in Wales to sing for the BBC this Christmas

Schoolchildren in Wales to sing for the BBC this Christmas

Musicroom December 10, 2010 0

This Christmas will see hundreds of schoolchildren across Wales given the opportunity to sing in a concert recorded by the BBC, Walesonline has reported. Children from schools in Swansea and Cardiff are currently rehearsing

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Music teachers encouraged to complete NSPCC online training

Music teachers encouraged to complete NSPCC online training

Musicroom December 6, 2010 0

Individuals looking to go into a career teaching music have been advised to take part in the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children’s (NSPCC) online training programme. The Child Protection Awareness

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The Institute unveils scholarship details

The Institute unveils scholarship details

Musicroom December 2, 2010 0

Young musicians in the UK will have the chance to take advantage of a number of scholarships at the Institute. Internationally regarded as a leading European school of modern music, the Institute has extensive

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York Launch – Saturday 4 December – Odyssey Brass & Woodwind

York Launch – Saturday 4 December – Odyssey Brass & Woodwind

York November 29, 2010 0

Make a date in your diary for our in-store event to launch Odyssey’s new Premiere Range of brass and woodwind instruments! Trumpet player Mark Gillbanks and Flute player Barry Jackson will be performing live

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Coventry University looks to the future with e-music course

Coventry University looks to the future with e-music course

Musicroom November 23, 2010 0

Graduates from Coventry are preparing to make history this week as they become the first students in Europe to pick up degrees in e-music. As the music industry leans even closer to the online

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Classroom Innovation awards

Classroom Innovation awards

Musicroom November 22, 2010 0

Have you ever felt that you have an innovative, successful idea using technology in or outside class at your school that you would like to share with other schools? Or have you hit on

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