What’s coming up at MF UK?

24th August 2016

It’s been sunny and warm in the UK and that can only mean one thing. It’s the start of a new school year!

Despite the hot weather it’s buzzing at MF UK central as we pull together training plans, revamp our fabulous Just Play resource pack, gear up for our annual Musical Learning Revolution conference and one of us is busy practicing the piano……..

Here’s what we have coming up!

 

Just Play UK training programme has LAUNCHED!

This term we will be touring the UK delivering full day workshops for our new skills building approach, Just Play. It’s Musical Futures, but not as you know it……..To find out more why not register for a course in your area-you’ll get all the resources you need to get going as well as have a rocking day of practical music making and networking with local teachers. Click to register now!

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Music Learning Revolution 18th October

Our annual conference takes place this year on 18th October at the Royal Northern College of Music. It’s a jam-packed day of practical workshops, lightening speeches, exhibitors, networking and the UK launch of our fantastic new programme On Cue. Click to find out more

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Partnership work this year

We are delighted to be working in partnership with our new champion organisations Essex Music Education Hub and One Education Music. It’s also really exciting to be working in partnership with Norfolk Music Service to offer a year of free professional development to teachers across Norfolk this year. We also love working with hubs and organisations offering workshops and presentations for teachers across the UK Learn more about our partnership work

International training in South East Asia

In November we will be delivering a 3-day training event in Kuala Lumpar for teachers across South East Asia. Musical Futures UK and Musical Futures Australia are teaming up to deliver the workshops and in September, MF Australia director Ken Owen will be presenting in Nepal as a guest of FOBISIA to music teachers at their annual conference. Click to book onto the training

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Abi’s Pianothon

On 1st September, CEO Abi played the piano for 12 hours to raise money for our Make Music 2 Make Music campaign. Based at the flagship Yamaha store in London for the day, Abi was joined by friends of MF who all came along to add their support as she raised over £2000. A big thank you to everyone who donated. Click to find out more.

thank-you

Excellent workshops ‑ extremely accessible for all abilities and levels."

Claire Armour, City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra

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