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Poorer children priced out of learning instruments but school music programmes benefit the wider community
Years of austerity in the UK have bitten away at school budgets, and the arts have suffered heavily. Schools can no longer afford to…
In the third article in his cloud-based software series, George Hess, MUSIC:ED Music Technology Editor, looks at music production software for the classroom.
In his second article about cloud-based software, George Hess, MUSIC:ED Music Technology Editor, looks at music production software for teaching.
George Hess, MUSIC:ED Music Technology Editor, introduces a series of articles about cloud-based software for music teaching and music creation.
London Music Fund (LMF) is an independent charity with the Mayor of London as Patron. The organisation's vision is that every child who demonstrates significant…
The following article was originally published on CHINA NOW, the British Council’s new platform for UK arts professionals. For arts stories, news, events, research and…