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Generation Change

Music teaching can be a uniquely isolating and challenging career path, whether we are classroom music teachers or peripatetic tutors.Read More

New partnership to explore language learning through the arts

The Paul Hamlyn Foundation has awarded a grant of £111,000 to the British Council Wales, which will work in partnershipRead More

INCLUSIVE INSPIRATION

From terrified Teach First graduate to founder and director of music of the transformative Orchestras for All, Marianna Hay hasRead More

What better way to introduce young people to opera than to get them to create one from scratch?

Ten new, ten-minute operas by ten composers and writers created with ten groups of young people – in partnership withRead More

Andy Gleadhill releases Percussion Buddies book

Music educationalist Andy Gleadhill has launched Percussion Buddies, a book which suggests how schools can deliver effective whole class instrumental teaching (evenRead More

Five years

In the third and final article, MT asks a selection of teachers, organisations and music education leaders what they thinkRead More

Impressions: Music Education Expo 2016

This year’s Music Education Expo was bigger and better than ever, with close to 2,500 visitors packing out an excitingRead More

Why can schools ignore the music curriculum?

In April 1872 a new British government policy came into force whereby grants to day schools would be reduced byRead More

Psappha Kids: Music Explained

The contemporary music ensemble Psappha has launched a free resource to support classroom music teaching for children aged between sevenRead More

Chris Blois-Brooke: Multiculturalism and Drama Education

The need for student’s greater multicultural awareness in our increasingly diverse but often intolerant society is self-evident, but how mayRead More

History

Rhinegold Publishing has been providing engaging and informative content to the music and performing arts sectors since 1977. From magazines andRead More

BBC Proms Inspire scheme expanded for 2016

The BBC Proms Inspire scheme for young composers is offering a number of new features, and will now hold eventsRead More

BBC Proms Inspire scheme expanded for 2016

The BBC Proms Inspire scheme for young composers is offering a number of new features, and will now hold eventsRead More

BBC Proms Inspire scheme expanded for 2016

The BBC Proms Inspire scheme for young composers is offering a number of new features, and will now hold eventsRead More

Restoring Gaza’s only grand piano revival brings respite from the daily grind of survival

The mere mention of Gaza in a news bulletin almost guarantees feelings of despair among caring listeners, of pity forRead More

Restoring Gaza’s only grand piano revival brings respite from the daily grind of survival

The mere mention of Gaza in a news bulletin almost guarantees feelings of despair among caring listeners, of pity forRead More

Globe Education brings Shakespeare CPD courses to Clifton

For those beyond the M25, accessing Continuing Professional Development (CPD) courses from Shakespeare’s Globe has never been easier, thanks toRead More

Music Teacher online teaching materials (MT Plus Subscribers)

Welcome to the Music Teacher online teaching materials. Every month Music Teacher publishes materials for KS3,4 and 5, offering completeRead More

About Us

Music Teacher is an essential resource for all music education practitioners, whether classroom or instrumental. Each monthly issues contains: PracticalRead More

Unicorn Theatre reports fall in visits from school groups

The Unicorn Theatre, one of the UK’s leading theatres dedicated to producing work for young people, has reported a six perRead More