Showing 54 results in the category Organisations in education.
A charitable association working alongside educ/community orgs and institutions to create music theatre perfs. Groups perform their own material built alongside the company, inc song and lyric writing, improvisation, theatrical techniques and the final perf. Projects vary in duration and scale. Can provide fully flightcased high-spec recording/sound studio; also runs training courses and volunteer programmes for w/shop artists and those wishing to enter the music industry.
Unit 8 Smalls Yard, Dellers Wharf, Taunton, Somerset, TA1 1NU, United Kingdom
Registered charity delivering innovative schools project developed in Hackney schools, focusing on encouraging children to listen creatively, relating the music they hear to their own experiences. The project introduces insts gradually, starting with str quartet, building to a final orch concert. Also supplies training and teaching materials to musicians.
43 Clifden Rd, London, E5 0LL
Fully interactive educ concerts for a range of ages from primary school to FE level. Wide variety of perc w/shops inc Brazilian samba, African perc comp, perc in folk music, tuned perc.
The Traveller's Rest, 39 Runcorn Road, Barnton, Northwich, Cheshire, CW8 3ES, United Kingdom
A not-for-profit venue presenting the best music from around the world alongside a dynamic year-round education programme at the venue and in the local community.
25 Swan St, The Northern Quarter, Manchester, M4 5JZ, United Kingdom
The BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra (founded in 1935) aims to bring classical music and orchestral life to as wide a range of people as possible, through its learning and outreach projects which run alongside orchestral concerts in Glasgow, across Scotland, and on BBC Radio 3.
BBC Scotland, City Halls, Candleriggs, Glasgow, G1 1NQ, United Kingdom
Committed to adventurous and innovative educ work. Ongoing series of local, national and international activities, aims to open the orch, and the distinctive music it plays, to the broadest range of participants.
BBC Maida Vale Studios, Delaware Rd, London, W9 2LG, United Kingdom
BSO Participate delivers all the engagement work of the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra. The programme includes work for early years through to people in residential care. Work for young people in and out of school and community projects for people of all ages and abilities.
2 Seldown Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH15 1UF, United Kingdom
Bris Arts is a collective of arts workshop leaders based in Bristol, who specialise in fun and educational activities for all. We provide workshops in Music, Dance, Drama, Arts and crafts, Graffiti, Spoken Word and many more. Workshops can vary from just a handful of participants to more than thirty individuals, our tutors have even collaborated to encompass an entire school. In addition to providing educational music workshops across all ages, we also offer a variety of services to the corporate sector, such as team building workshops or experiential marketing.
The CBSO works with schools and community groups primarily within Birmingham and the W Midlands to deliver an extensive programme of concerts and w/shops. Projects vary in length and feature individual players, CBSO ens, and at times the full orch.
CBSO Centre, Berkley St, Birmingham, B1 2LF
CME provides community-based creative music and digital media w/shops. The organisation runs a range of public courses and targeted programmes with an emphasis on providing opportunities for groups and individuals who may be identified as socially, culturally, geographically or economically disadvantaged. CME works with people across all ages, children to adults, with special needs or mental health problems, vulnerable young people, pre-schoolers, prisoners, those at risk of offending and those affected by rural isolation and urban marginalisation.
The Garage, 14 Chapelfield North, Norwich, NR2 1NY, United Kingdom
Unit 8, 24 Norbury Rd, Fairwater, Cardiff, CF5 3AU
Arts workshops (music, dance, drama, creative writing, film-making, animation, photography, visual art) led by professional artists for disabled and non-disabled children.
379 Salisbury House, London Wall, London, EC2M 5QQ
Specialises in carnival music and arts. Offers steel pan tutors and instr for w/shops, w/shops in making of carnival costume, dance w/shops and other elements required to create an authentic Caribbean carnival at your school event.
South Street Arts Centre, 21 South Street, Reading, Berkshire, RG1 4QU, United Kingdom
ETO offers a wide variety of projects aiming to make opera accessible to as broad a section of the community as possible. W/shops in mainstream and special needs schools encourage pupils to actively explore musical and dramatic themes. INSET training is an integral part of these projects. ETO also runs an extensive programme for people with disabilities, inc Behind the Scenes afternoons and audio-described and captioned perf. There are also pre-perf talks at tour venues.
63 Charterhouse Street, London, EC1M 6HJ, United Kingdom
ENO Baylis produces innovative programming in parallel to work on stage, giving a broad range of access to ENO's unique work and resources. This inc live events, w/shops, new commissions, talks, discussions and debates, as well as training for students and young professionals. Their work enables both new and regular audiences to access and engage with the work of ENO through new and emerging media platforms.
Coliseum, St Martin's Lane, London, WC2N 4ES
Offers a wealth of carefully targeted, cost-effective music projects to schools and the wider community. Central mission is to take live music and music-making to people of all ages who cannot readily access it themselves.
21 Stone Road, Bromley, Kent, BR2 9AX
Glyndebourne organises a range of partnership projects and events locally, on tour and internationally. The year-round education programme has three strands - youth and community, talks and events, and new work. A founding member of RESEO, the European Network of Opera Education Departments.
Glyndebourne, Lewes, East Sussex, BN8 5UU, United Kingdom
Develops inspiring arts projects to support other areas of learning and aims to increase access to the arts by commissioning new works, developing educational resources and giving children and adults in areas of significant disadvantage and deprivation the opportunity to create and perf new music. Emphasis is on broadening role of music in the education and cultural life of the areas it serves. Saturday Programme provides Early Years, Music Theatre, Instrumental School and SEN/D Programme.
Second Floor, 22 Aldermans Hill, London, N13 4PN, United Kingdom
Annual festival of music and the arts using historic venues around King's Lynn including the largest surviving medieval guildhall in England - it was already old when Shakespeare performed there! Every year this small Norfolk town attracts some of the biggest names from the classical, jazz and folk music worlds, plus hosts great talks, exhibitions and arthouse films. Dozens of fringe events - some free and aimed at families - make it a festival for all. Come and see!
Fermoy Gallery, King Street, King's Lynn, Norfolk, PE30 1HA, United Kingdom
Devises education and outreach activities for a wide variety of participants and contexts, presenting workshops and performances for all ages and abilities.
2 Green Drove, Fovant, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP3 5JG, United Kingdom