The Trinity Level 4 Certificate for Music Educators (CME) is a qualification designed for music educators who work with children and young people. Offered by Music Education Hubs East Midlands (MEHEM).
Four exciting events that bring the unique experience of classical orchestral music to primary school pupils in Derby and Derbyshire.
Ten students from South East Derbyshire Music Centre and Derby Music Centre involved writing new music to archived footage of Derby and South East Derbyshire.
Groups from Dark Peak Music Trust in the High Peak and Peak District Music Centres in Buxton/Bakewell region advance to the National Festival of Music for Youth in July.
required at Wirksworth Music Centre, starting in September.
Applications are open to audition to become a member of the City & County Youth Orchestra & Wind Band, and the Derby & Derbyshire Schools' Orchestra for 2015-16
Based in London and Berlin, The Enemy play light speed rhythmic patterns and dense harmonic clusters that have been described as "fiercely intense" and "beatifully intricate". (Derby Jazz)
350 primary school pupils from Wider Opportunities classes perform Saint-Saens' Carnival of the Animals alongside the Northern Chamber Orchestra.
Concerts and events from the Music Centres around Derbyshire during the run up to summer.
Over 1200 primary school pupils from Wider Opportunities classes perform as part of an exciting concert with the Hallé Orchestra.
Derbyshire Music Education Hub is a collaboration between key local and regional music organisations, led by the Derby & Derbyshire Music Partnership, working together to create joined up, high quality music education in and out of school.
There are currently 23 delivery partners of the Derbyshire Music Education Hub:
Derby & Derbyshire Music Partnership
Eight Area Music Centres
Hands on Music
High Peak Community Arts
Music Education Hubs East Midlands
Sampad - South Asian Arts