Music - School Closure
Please follow the links below to find extra resources
to further your learning in Music.
BBC are providing lessons every day for an Arts Week from July 6th.
Children who have peripatetic instrumental lessons -
please contact your teacher to ensure you are continuing your learning
through the digital lessons provided.
Join our friends at Manchester Camerata for new fun music activities every week!
Use your recycling materials to make musical instruments
with the help of the BBC National Orchestra of Wales.
Children of key workers in school listened to Dame Vera Lynn singing We'll Meet Again
as part of their VE Day celebrations.
They drew pictures of people they missed during the lockdown.
These images are also displayed on the BBC Ten Pieces website.
Katherine Jenkins performed a special VE DAY concert from the Royal Albert Hall.
You can watch it by following this link.
Ten Pieces Connecting the Dots
Thank you to Mark Sheridan, cellist with the BBC Symphony Orchestra, for our enjoyable workshop today.
Birmingham Contemporary music Group have lots of creative music ideas for you to do at home,
including activities in your house and in your garden!
Recorder Ensemble can play along with these accompaniments
to host your own mini Recorder Festival at home!
The Royal Albert Hall are providing live performances from musicians and storytelling,
as well as the printable resources to make your very own Royal Albert Hall!
Learn a new song every week with Sing Up!
The Hallé Orchestra perform music inspired by the book ‘Alien Tea on Planet Zum-Zee’
written by Tony Mitton.
Year 4 pupils might recognise Tom Redmond from our BBC Philharmonic Concert at Media City last year!
Find extra Music activities updated weekly on the BBC Bitesize website!
BBC TEN PIECES are providing new Music activities every week!
Here's another great concert performed by the Hallé orchestra,
inspired by Tony Mitton's book 'Bumpus Jumpus Dinosaurumpus'!
The Hallé Children's Choir performs The River from Yanomamo, the world’s first ecological musical.
Our school choir worked with the choir director Shirley Court on our visit to Manchester last year!
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