The 10-minute online survey asks students about their experiences of teaching and learning to date
A new study confirms that a musical home can aid language development in infants
Music Mark, the national subject association for music, has created a guide to help those who are submitting responses to the recent Department for Education (DfE) consultation relating to the 'refreshing' of the National Plan for Music…
The Society for Music Education in Ireland presents two days of engaging papers, posters, workshops and performances. Keynote speaker: Patricia Shehan Campbell, Donald E Peterson Professor of Ethnomusicology-Education, University of…
The Department of Music at City, University of London is pleased to host a wide-ranging public debate on pressing issues relating to music education at all levels, from primary through tertiary.
Join us and the artistic research community at the Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music from 23 – 26 October 2019, as we reflect on the power of music narratives and celebrate their narrators in Performers(‘) Present 2019: Telling Stories.
Main Theme: Music Education in the Dawn of a New Era
Guildhall School of Music & Drama (GSMD), the UK conservatoire, has been awarded a grant of just over £984,000 by the Arts & Humanities Research Council (AHRC) to undertake a three-year investigation into the social impact of making…
New Royal College of Music (RCM) research shows a decline in the study of A Level Music and a correlation between lack of provision and social deprivation.
As the music education landscape changes, so does the professional development and learning needs of those working to support children and young people in music.