What is Cumbria Music Education Hub?

We are a partnership that brings together local organisations from across Cumbria to deliver the best music education for children and young people. We work together to create joined up, high quality music education in and out of school, getting the most from government funding for music education for young […]

Cumbria Music Service goes Digital

We are now delivering music tuition online with live video lessons and resources shared on Charanga and Google Classrooms. Our teachers have worked hard to prepare resources and to get to know the new technologies so that we can continue to support our students throughout the summer term. We’ve had […]

Cumbria Music Service Update

We’ve not been in school, but our instrumental teachers have been working hard preparing resources and keeping in touch with schools. We are nearly ready to launch our Digital Delivery so that lessons can go on. We’ll be sending information soon about our Zoom Video lessons and Google Classrooms resources. […]

First Cumbria Big Flute Play

KENDAL Town Hall was alive with the sound of flutes as players’ young and old got chance to take part in ensembles, classes, flute choirs and hear a professional flute performance. The main draw was Stephen Clark, the International flute star who fitted the Flute Day in to his busy […]

Cumbria Music Hub and Covid 19

We’d like to reassure everyone that we are closely monitoring the developing Covid 19 situation. Our lead organisation Cumbria Music Service is part of Cumbria County Council and follows the council guidance and advice which is in line with the advice issued by Public Health England. At the moment our […]

Arts Award Training in Penrith

Find out more about Arts Award Discover and Explore Arts Award is perfect for young people aged up to 10 years old, however it is open to anyone up to the age of 25. Arts Award is a great set of qualifications that support children and young people to enjoy […]