This in-depth case study investigates how the Arcana Strum can enhance access to music making and facilitate progressive and accredited learning for young people with additional needs and disabilities.
As they near the end of two years of funding for CUMIN (the Contemporary Urban Music for Inclusion Network), project leads Pete Dale (University of York) and Pamela Burnard (University of Cambridge) reflect on what has been achieved and what knowledges have arisen, been shared, and generated throughout the project. Their findings platform the work of a range of community music organisations and artists, and call for contemporary music making to be better understood.
Global Sound Culture: Kenya is a comprehensive, interactive, and engaging digital learning pack designed to immerse your students in the rich, diverse sounds of Kenya. The pack supports delivery of the National Plan for Music Education with a focus on music technology. There are range of activities suitable across KS2-5.
The MusicFirst Lighthouse Programme brings together a select group of organisations who use MusicFirst to showcase their adoption of cloud-based technology and passion for giving every student the opportunity to learn, create, share, and engage in the love of music.