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Sector Events

Must-attend events from the wider music education sector

Join the National Youth Folk Ensemble 2017-18

  • 27th May 2017 - 27th May 2017
  • Various times
  • Various locations
  • Sector Events

Sign up to attend a free Sampler Day at a venue near you.  Sampler Days run from 27th May through to 4th June 2017.


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Performance anxiety: A practical workshop for music teachers

  • 8th June 2017 - 8th June 2017
  • 9:30am-3:45pm
  • The ISM, London
  • Sector Events

This workshop will explore many of the common underlying causes of performance anxiety and help you identify its presence in your day-to-day work.

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Grand Union Orchestra – Song of Contagion

  • 13th June 2017 - 17th June 2017
  • 7.30pm
  • Wilton's Music Hall
  • Sector Events

Why do some diseases hit the headlines and attract billions in funding for treatment, while others go almost unnoticed, even though they affect many more people? Grand Union’s composer/director Tony Haynes and epidemiologist Elizabeth Pisani have teamed up to bring cold statistics vividly to life in a new show that unites the disciplines of science and music.

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TeachMeet: Planning for a new curriculum from KS3-5

  • 15th June 2017 - 15th June 2017
  • 5:30-7:30pm
  • Bridge Academy, Hackney, London
  • Sector Events

With the advent of the new GCSE and A Level curricula, the stubbornness of the EBacc, and the increasingly bleak funding and timetable pressure on Music in the curriculum, the hope of preparing students for study at KS4 and 5 seems increasingly difficult using the classroom alone.

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Free ISM webinar: Psychological wellbeing for musicians

Free ISM webinar: Psychological wellbeing for musicians

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Creating Musical Space: Origins, Culture and Childhoods

  • 20th June 2017 - 24th June 2017
  • University of Cambridge
  • Sector Events

The focus of MERYC2017 Conference is interdisciplinary discussion and dissemination of new, unpublished research relating to the field of music and early childhood (0-8 years), in education (school and extracurricular contexts), and everyday life both in theoretical or conceptual research as well as reports on and innovative approaches to practice.

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Music Mark works to influence thinking by sharing ideas and undertaking research

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Music Mark works to shape and share the decisions that need to be made by policy makers

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Music Mark recognises the need for music educators to source and share ideas with each other

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We facilitate CPD, build communities & share best practice.


We connect our members to the wider music education sector.