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Rae Macintosh Musicroom: Tricity Vogue Ukulele Workshop 2014

Rae Macintosh Musicroom: Tricity Vogue Ukulele Workshop 2014

Musicroom Stores July 17, 2014 0

Tricity Vogue’s ukulele lunch date at Musicroom Edinburgh – August 2 and 9 Edinburgh Fringe cabaret star Tricity Vogue will be returning to Musicroom this year for more ukulele fun. On Saturday August 2

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Advent calendar day 14: WIN a Music For Kids Jingle Puzzle pack

Advent calendar day 14: WIN a Music For Kids Jingle Puzzle pack

GregJohnson December 13, 2012 0

On day 14 of our interactive advent calendar, we’ve got another great competition – this time perfect for parents or anyone looking for the ideal kids’ surprise to place under the tree this Christmas!

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Children can compose for Wallace and Gromit in new BBC composition

Children can compose for Wallace and Gromit in new BBC composition

GregJohnson September 21, 2012 0

Following on from this year’s Wallace and Gromit BBC Prom, the broadcaster and Aardman Animations have announced to launch of an exciting new competition inviting primary school children to compose music for a new

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Nicola Benedetti says children need to play music not follow celebrities

Nicola Benedetti says children need to play music not follow celebrities

GregJohnson July 12, 2012 2

Nicola Benedetti, one of the country’s leading violinists, has launched a scathing attack on the government’s decision to reduce spending on music tuition in schools. In an interview with the Radio Times, Ms Benedetti

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Kids settle down for a night at the Royal Opera House

Kids settle down for a night at the Royal Opera House

GregJohnson March 27, 2012 0

On May 11th, 100 children will be spend the night under the grand roof of the Royal Opera House (ROH) as part of a giant, operatic sleepover! Kids aged eight to 11 have been

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Musikmesse 2012: New Start With A Story series brings music, drama and fun into the creative classroom

Musikmesse 2012: New Start With A Story series brings music, drama and fun into the creative classroom

GregJohnson March 23, 2012 0

Chester Music have launched a new series of music-based activity books for the Early Years classroom at Musikmesse 2012. Start With A Story has been specially designed by acclaimed children’s author Ann Bryant. Each

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School Children take part in Olympic songwriting

School Children take part in Olympic songwriting

GregJohnson February 29, 2012 0

Children from Cambridge and London are showing their creativity by taking part in a marathon songwriting project, with the forthcoming Olympics being the central theme. Budding songwriters from 26 schools will be involved in

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Musicroom Exeter to take part in Olympic Rings music event

Musicroom Exeter to take part in Olympic Rings music event

GregJohnson February 23, 2012 0

As the country gears up for London 2012, events are springing up across the UK in anticipation for the fast approaching summer games. Musicroom Exeter will be doing their bit to get into the Olympic spirit

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The parent’s guide to purchasing your child’s first instrument: the ukulele

The parent’s guide to purchasing your child’s first instrument: the ukulele

GregJohnson January 24, 2012 1

The ukulele now rivals the recorder as the school classroom’s musical instrument of choice. With its small size, perfect for little hands, kids can strum along to their favourite songs, tunes and melodies, taking

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Finding a voice: the benefits of learning to play music for children with autism

Finding a voice: the benefits of learning to play music for children with autism

GregJohnson January 18, 2012 1

As reported on the BBC News website, interactive technologies and games are becoming increasingly important outlets for autistic children and their families. Tailored to the needs of their focussed perception and tendencies for structure

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