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Get involved in Composition Challenges and submit your compositions to be in the chance of having your students’ compositions performed by London Sinfonietta musicians!

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An interactive, whistle-stop tour of new music and composition! London Sinfonietta musicians and presenter Patrick Bailey explore how to compose and create new music. Listen to pieces by living composers, join in with the performance and hear new works by young people.

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In Spring 2024, we added included an updated Music Tech category, as well as a brand new Tabla section to A Common Approach, our online resource to support music educators in their teaching practice and help develop a holistic approach to music education. Watch back our in-depth introduction to these modules led by the people who helped create them.

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OHMI Connect is designed to help disabled musicians find the adapted instruments and enabling equipment best suited to their needs. The website provides two entries into support: a search for instruments based on a musician’s impairment; and a search for options relating to a particular instrument.

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The course will encourage you to reflect on your teaching and give you the confidence and expertise to explore and develop further.

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These singing resources are designed to support singing in the classroom. Use the resources to build your own singing session by choosing one from each kind of video; a physical warm-up, a vocal warm-up and a song.

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In 2024, Music Mark teamed up with MEHEM Uprising’s Ben Sellers to deliver a series of online events around inclusive music with a focus on SEND in various settings.

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It’s remarkable how different musicians at the highest level have got there. Interestingly, music notation is not common to them, even the classical musicians. It seems that an ear-first approach is common to almost all of our most exceptional musicians.

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Understand and overcome the barriers to singing with this free resource from the ISM Trust.

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10 Tunes to Teach By Ear

This resource is for string, brass and woodwind players of all abilities. There are ten attractive tunes in a variety of genres, each one accompanied by advice on how to teach it by ear. Each tune has accompanying parts. The material can be used with individuals, small and large groups, ensembles and whole class.

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