Photo courtesy of Rowena Alameddine Tickets go on sale on Mon 10 October for the biggest event in the BHMA calendar!
Over 1200 young singers from Brighton & Hove's primary, junior and special schools will sing a mixture of traditional and especially written songs at the Brighton Centre.
See performances from the Brighton & Hove Youth Big Band, Concert Band and Orchestra 360 - an inclusive ensemble for children with Special Education Needs/Disability, their parents and sib
Every week 2700 children and young people receive instrumental tuition through specialist teachers at Brighton & Hove Music & Arts. Lessons are available in a wide range of instruments, so whether your child aspires to be a great orchestral musician or play in a band there will be an instrument that’s just right for them. Lessons take place in small groups during the school day and new lessons for beginners are starting this term. For further information and to apply online p
Registration is now live for schools to attend the Artsmark Development Day in Brighton this Autumn Term on Thursday 24th November 2016 at Lighthouse. www.artsmark.org.uk Schools in Brighton and Hove have an incredible reputation for creativity and Artsmark is a great opportunity to demonstrate and recognise this in your setting. Awarded by Arts Council England, designed by schools to make it relevant and straightforward, the new Artsmark award helps schools to deliver a hig
Photo: Laura Radford Booking is now open for this one-day event that will focus on exploring musical progression for children and young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities, which will take place on Wednesday 19 October at Rich Mix, London. The day will include practical workshops, networking, case studies and inspirational speakers, including young musicians and Dr Adam Ockelford who will be our keynote speaker. Adam is a musician who has worked with childr
If you teach music, drama or performing arts or use singing in anyway with children and young people, we hope you will be interested in joining us for ‘Songs to Share’, a fully-funded CPD programme for vocal leaders delivered in partnership by Glyndebourne and SoundCity. Now in its third year, ‘Songs to Share’ offers a unique opportunity to develop your vocal confidence and vocal leadership skills, working alongside professional singers, composers and experienced vocal leader
Time to start something amazing.
If you're a talented young singer with the ability and potential to take your passion to the highest level, and you're inspired by the idea of singing great music in incredible places with friends who love singing as much as you do, then we think that you should audition for the National Youth Choirs of Great Britain. Booking opens at 9.30am on Thursday 29 September via www.nycgb.org.uk/join-us
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Monday 1 February 2017
SoundCity is pleased to be working in partnership with Connected Schools to offer the popular Joint Practice Development Day again next year.
The day is for teachers, music leaders and members of SoundCity partner organisations. Please save the date and watch this space for further details. Contact Sharon Murrell to ensure you don’t miss out on your invitation.