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Wind quintet offering 4 different programmes for different age ranges between 5 and 15. All programmes 45-60 mins, examine aspects of listening to and making music on an informal basis with participation. Up to 3 programmes can be presented in a school day. Music inc standard wind quintet works plus popular arrangements and commissions.
29 Alston Rd, Barnet, EN5 4EU, United Kingdom
Series of w/shops that have been road-tested worldwide during the last 24 yrs, run in association with its publications with Astute Music, many of which feature on ABRSM and Trinity/Guildhall sax syllabus. ASQ founders Andy Scott and Rob Buckland have created one of the UK's most proactive music conservatoire sax depts, and are artistic dirs of the annual Saxophone Day, both at the RNCM.
A versatile woodwind trio of ob, cl and bsn with a wealth of education experience in nurseries, schools and hospitals. Arunda have led workshops for Live Music Now! and Enterprise Music Scotland and have undertaken specialised training in music for early years and for children with special needs.
40911, 28 Bellwood Street, Glasgow, G41 3ES
Seminars, w/shops and concerts in schools (ages 7-12 and 13-18). Also concerts in special schools. Extensive repertoire, varied and accessible (Bach, Mozart, Gershwin, Beatles).
37 Church End, Gamlingay, Sandy, Bedfordshire, SG19 3EP
The Auricle Ensemble burst onto the musical scene in 2007 offering virtuoso playing and an approachable and inclusive style of performance. Formed around a core of eight players under musical director Chris Swaffer the ensemble includes some of Scotland’s finest and most versatile musicians. Projects available include Stravinsky's 'Soldier's Tale', Walton’s 'Façade', 'Mini-Mahler', Schoenberg’s 'Pierrot Lunaire', Kurt Weill's 'Zaubernacht', Roxanna Panufnik's 'The Upside Down Sailor', and 'Re-Write', with music by Jonny Greenwood, Stewart Copeland, Sarah Hayes and Steve Reich.
c/o Derek Warby Management, 5 Howard Place, Littlehampton, West Sussex, BN17 7AG, United Kingdom
The Aurora Trio is a young and vibrant group who enjoy giving recitals and w/s around the country. The members of the trio have collectively completed u/g and masters degrees at 3 leading London music conservatoires. The trio is formed of: Fiona Mitchell, Emily Callaghan and Ruth Rosales.
103 Broadhurst Gardens, London, NW6 3BJ
Professional Creative Orchestra, Piano Trio, Shipley Arts Festival and String Academy, bringing together musicians, artists, poets and politicians with whole communities to celebrate through music.
The Plat, Thakenham, Coolham, RH13 8QD, United Kingdom
Bollywood Brass Band is the UK’s pioneering Indian-style wedding band, performing at weddings and venues across the UK, Europe and in India. Bollywood Brass Academy delivers workshops for young people and schools and has published a series of tutor books for brass, wind and dhol drum (Spartan Press), plus school and brass band arrangements for various playing levels. The Brass Academy aims to diversify brass repertoire and to promote progression and continuation on instruments. Our workshops and interactive performances give young people the experience of playing with professional musicians.
Rothbury Hall, Azof Street, Greenwich, SE10 0EF, United Kingdom
Fun and interactive w/shops in educ establishments, major arts venues, music services, festivals, clubs and societies throughout Wales. the ens has enjoyed 2 highly successful residencies with the Young Composer of Dyfed and Denbighshire County Council. Please contact artistic dir or see website for further details.
6 Hillside Drive, Cowbridge, Vale of Glamorgan, CF71 7EA, United Kingdom
Brass Quintet Recitals, family concerts and education workshops. Eclectic mix of repertoire including more than 50 original works written for the ensemble. Several education packages available for all age ranges and abilities. New Project: 'Tubby the Tuba' with Narrator. "an absorbing, lively experience" The Independant
2 educ w/shops: `Tudor Music and Dancing' and `Songs and Dances of Queen Victoria's Reign' featuring period songs, dances and activities.
3 Thornhill Square, Islington, London, N1 1BQ, United Kingdom
Champagne Flutes is a fl trio comprising of students from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. Members of the Live Music Now Scheme, they have led workshops in schools around Scotland. Champagne Flutes has a keen interest in educational outreach and as an ens they believe that music can stimulate life changing benefits. Participation in arts activities can encourage social cohesion and teamwork skills, develops confidence, communication skills and research has proven that it can aid in improving mental and physical health also.
Ens consisting of vn, tpt, sax and pno which, with an actor/actress as narrator, gives perfs combining music, text and visuals. W/shops are undertaken for all age groups exploring music with film, poetry and storytelling. Projects can be developed to suit specific requirements based on coursework or other topics.
7 Grove Park, London, E11 2DN, United Kingdom
Informal concerts for schools performed in period costume, using a large number of mediaeval or renaissance insts which introduce and demonstrate the history and social use of the insts and music. Suitable for GCSE courses that inc the Elizabethan Pavan and Galliard and for jrs studying the Tudors. Participation in both music and dance as appropriate.
38 Downs Park Ave, Totton, Southampton, SO40 9GX
M/classes, w/shops and lecture recitals for schools, colleges and music services.
77 Monmouth Ave, Weymouth, DT3 5JR
Quartet in residence, University of Birmingham. Concerts and w/shops for children, students up to tertiary level and adults. Composition w/shops. Projects combining music and literature.
73 Stradella Road, Herne Hill, London, SE24 9HL, United Kingdom
Vocal and multi-inst quartet offer specially tailored children's programmes using over 50 mediaeval, folk, ethnic and orch insts, in period costume for Tudor programme.
9 Hillside Rd, Ashtead, Surrey, KT21 1RZ, United Kingdom
Active music w/shop leaders in mainstream and special educ needs sectors. Artistic dirs of World Youth Gui Festival for classical guitarists aged 8-18.
9 Commodore Drive, Suite A-309, Emeryville, CA 94608, United States
As Scotland’s flagship chamber music ensemble, the Edinburgh Quartet provides intimate, vivid experiences of some of the world’s greatest music, connecting with audiences through the quality and expression of its performances and via diverse and imaginative programming. In addition to giving around fifty concerts per year the Edinburgh Quartet is frequently featured in radio broadcasts and has an extensive discography. The Quartet is committed to nurturing talent and regularly works at various Scottish universities with composition students, instrumentalists and student teachers.
1 Learmonth Crescent, Edinburgh, EH4 1DD, United Kingdom
Andrew Watkinson, Ralph de Souza, vn; Garfield Jackson, va; David Waterman, vc. Quartet offers informal concerts, m/classes, demonstrations and w/shops for all ages. Duration 45-60 mins.