Showing 18 results in the category World music organisations and resources.
Promotes and develops high quality perf of South Asian arts, music and dance, enhanced by educ activities, inc concerts, dance and drama perfs by local, national and international artists. Educ service offering w/shops, demonstrations, tutoring and perfs. Music and dance classes, and visual arts w/shops. Well-equipped, sound-proof music studio available for rehearsal or recording. Free information and advice service.
Fairways House, Mount Pleasant Rd, Southampton, SO14 0QB
Presents the widest possible range of Asian music both traditional and contemporary, inc the great classical, devotional and folk traditions of countries in south, west, central, east and south east Asia. The AMC promotes artists from these regions as well as UK based groups. Comprehensive educ programme, featuring the new multimedia Asian MusicCentre, annual Asian music summer and winter school, a range of Asian music w/shops, perfs and courses delivering the National Curriculum in schools.
Ground Floor Unit E, West Point, 33-34 Warple Way, London, W3 0RG
Wind, br, early kbs and bow makers w/shop. Open Mon-Fri, 2-5pm, all yr, admission free. Open Sat during university full term, 10am-12pm.
Oxford University Faculty of Music, St Aldate's, Oxford, OX1 1DP
UK National subject association for ethnomusicology. Publishes tri-annual journal, newsletters; annual residential conference at Easter, one-day conference in Oct/Nov.
School of Music, Cardiff University, 31 Corbett Rd, Cardiff, CF10 3EB
The Society exists to promote and strengthen relations between the twin cities, promote interest in Hungarian culture generally and runs an annual programme of concerts/ exhibitions/ talks/ films - some in collaboration with various Cambridge College Music Associations & Anglia Ruskin University.
34 Kimberley Road, Cambridge, CB4 1HH, United Kingdom
Internationally important collection of musical insts inc 100 Asian and African insts; collection of portraits, prints,photographs, concert programmes and other music paraphernalia. Museum of Instruments open Tue-Fri 11.30am-4.30pm in term time and the summer vacation (closed for Christmas and Easter vacations); Group visits and research access by appointment.
Prince Consort Rd, London, SW7 2BS
Charanga is a UK company occupying a unique position in music education. Charanga develops specialist educational technology for music teaching and learning, creates its own high-quality materials utilising premium music copyrights, and combines these in a range of popular digital support programmes for schools, teachers and children. 8,500 schools use Charanga for their music curriculum needs, and 80% of music education hubs have their own local cloud-based Charanga digital platform. Charanga is also one of the country’s largest providers of CPD & Training with over 500 sessions each year.
5th Floor, Olivier House, 18 Marine Parade, Brighton, BN2 1TL, United Kingdom
W/shops on Chinese culture for schools, colleges, universities, etc, inc music, dance, opera, calligraphy.
PO Box 6530, Rushden, NN10 9ZF
Aims to promote music educ throughout the world as an integral part of general educ through conferences, publications etc. Publications inc IJME (4 editions pa), Traditional Songs of Singing Cultures: A World Sampler (comes with CD). Next ISME world conference in Beijing, 1-6 Aug 2010.
PO Box 909, Nedlands, WA 6909, Australia
Latin-American, classical, popular and folk music; also worldwide music and arts.
Charity founded by Yehudi Menuhin, which aims to make live music of the highest quality accessible to people without access to the arts, particularly those with disabilities, while at the same time giving paid perf opportunities to some of the finest young professional classical, jazz, world music and folk artists in the UK. Organises over 3000 concerts and w/shops annually; 9 branches throughout the UK. Musicians support and training provided.
10 Stratford Place, London, W1C 1BA
Indian arts development trust, producing world class performances, education and artist development opportunities across the UK and internationally. Now in its 30th year, Milapfest's aim is to "Unite Hearts Through Arts" by providing audiences, aspiring artists and teachers with memorable and inspirational experiences of Indian arts through a dynamic programme of performances, tours, commissions, festivals and innovative educational projects. Management and curation of national Indian orchestras Samyo and Tarang.
Liverpool Hope University, The Capstone Building, Liverpool, L6 1HP, United Kingdom
Educational arts organisation promoting awareness and understanding of cultural diversity and respect for others through music and the perf arts. Highly experienced and inspirational artists from around the world provide one-off w/shops and perfs, as well as residencies and innovative projects, in educ and community settings.
Fruitworks, 77 Stour St, Canterbury, CT1 2NR
RNCM collection of historic musical insts.
124 Oxford Rd, Manchester, M13 9RD
The World Music Centre in the School of Education at the University of Aberdeen houses a full Balinese gamelan gong kebyar, a set of steel pans and a samba/salsa batteria as well as a range of other insts. Ens meet regularly and perform in Scotland.
MacRobert Building, Aberdeen, AB24 5AU
Major archives of Scots and Gaelic song and of inst music from all parts of Scotland, recorded before and following the foundation of the School in 1951 up to the present day; John Levy collection of ethnomusicological recordings (mostly South and East Asian); Peter Cooke collection of African music and other smaller collections. Extensive photographic collection inc music-related items. Archive materials used in support of research and teaching at UG and PG levels. Publications inc Tocher and Scottish Studies journals and series of CDs.
University of Edinburgh, 27 George Square, Edinburgh, EH8 9LD
Early Years music experts Sound Children make Music Kits specially designed to enable any enthusiastic Early Years practitioner to lead effective and enjoyable music sessions with babies and young children - no prior musical training is needed. The whole basis of the approach is that musical learning happens only by doing and especially by doing together and so everything is designed to make it as easy as possible for the children (and the teachers) to make music together. It’s an innovative and accessible approach and it works - the Music Kits have already won a host of Early Years awards.
21 Shaftesbury Avenue, Nottingham, NG14 5GL, United Kingdom
The Japan Society, 13/14 Cornwall Terrace, Leicester, London, NW1 4QP, United Kingdom