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Research supporting the teaching, learning & development of music education

Research article by Professor Susan Hallam and Kevin Rogers on the impact that learning a musical instrument has on core academic progress and attainment.

Compelling evidence for the benefits of music education are revealed in a new research review by internationally renowned Professor Susan Hallam MBE, UCL Institute of Education.

The Power of Music: An Exploration of the Evidence gathers and synthesises research in neuroscience, psychology, and education to develop our understanding of the effects of listening to and actively making music.

Susan Hallam and Evangelos Himonides, authors of The Power of Music: An Exploration of the Evidence, present their research.

This report provides an update on key statistics for the orchestra sector in 2016.

One of the missions of plainsightSOUND is to rediscover and highlight the long history of contributions that people of African descent have made to classical music performance and study in Britain. This timeline details just a few of those figures.

An assessment of music education and youth music-making in Scotland.

Research and film clips illustrating successful approaches to Whole Class Ensemble Teaching (WCET)

Whole Class Ensemble Teaching (WCET) Research Report, commissioned by Music Mark and with Arts Council funding, lead by Professor Martin Fautley from Birmingham City University.

South London based music project ‘ArtsTrain’ have recently released a guide to working with, or participating in a Music Education Hub.