Composition and creativity, Ofsted, early years, jazz, technology in the classroom, organisational resilience for Music Hubs and connecting with musicians in the local community all formed part of the conversation at Music Mark’s Annual conference 2019. The UK’s leading Music Education experts and practitioners gathered in the magnificent surroundings of Cutlers’ Hall, Sheffield to discuss, debate, and workshop the latest ideas, initiatives and research from the sector.
Here we have gathered together the presentations created by our brilliant conference contributors.
- The Real Musicianship in DJ-ing, how to encourage it and how to assess it
- Resilience for Hubs - how to be a Music Education "entrepreneur"
- Sing Up and the Beat Goes on
- Keynote - Susanna Eastburn MBE (Sound and Music)
- Partnership in Action - developing shared visions and practice
- First Thing Music: Changing Attitudes About Music in the Early Years
- Synthesis: Collaborative performance-based composition on iPad
- Connect – A Blended Learning Case Study
- Trinity College: Innovative Music Curriculum at KS3 & 4
- Do Different: Capitalising on your own local networks, knowledge & experience
- The Royal Opera House Goes Back to School
- Partnership working between SEND schools, music hubs and arts organisations
- Orchestras for All: Engaging Young People in Inclusive Music Making
- Friday Afternoons: Supporting quality singing
- Sound and Music: Can Compose
- MAC: Inclusive Practice
- Maureen Hanke: Erasmus
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