Recommended for use at primary (Years 4-6) and secondary (Years 7-9), the Just Play resources are designed to enable non-specialists or primary generalists to deliver engaging music lessons for their students.
This workshop is ideal for building essential musical and instrumental skills in both primary and secondary stages of education from years 4–9 (ages 8-14) and includes Musical Futures full Just Play resource and Everyone Can Play ukulele resource plus a sample half termly plan, teacher notes, class materials and playalongs all ready for classroom use straight away. The approach is designed to engage students in whole class music making by providing a simple step by step resource that supports the development of instrumental skills on drums, guitar, bass, keyboard and ukulele.
- Understand how to deliver outstanding lessons that are rooted in active music making Explore ways to ensure that students are fully engaged in lessons
Develop confidence in promoting and identifying outstanding progress in music learning
Develop classroom approaches that provide a catalyst to involve all students, including disadvantaged groups, in extra-curricular music making
Build essential performance skills amongst students that will promote achievement and attainment in music
Cumbria Music Hub are offering this training to Cumbria Teachers for a special reduced rate of £120
NYJO is a glittering showcase for the UK’s finest young professional jazz musicians, combining a hard-swinging rhythm section and a raft of hugely talented soloists, to bring you the very best in British big-band jazz. Under the Artistic Direction of Mark Armstrong, the 23-piece orchestra perform around 40 concerts a year nationally and internationally, and aim to inspire the next generation of young jazz musicians with education work wherever they tour. Over its 53-year history, NYJO has helped launch the careers of many of the country’s most renowned jazz musicians including Guy Barker, Amy Winehouse, Mark Nightingale and Mercury Award nominee Laura Jurd.
In tonight’s concert, expect a variety of well-known jazz classics alongside new brand commissions from some of today’s most exciting composers in the genre. We will kick-off tonight’s concert with a short performance from the talented young jazzers from the NYJO Regional Academy in Cumbria & Lancashire.
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National Youth Jazz Orchestra – CPD evening for teachers and music practitioners.
National Youth Jazz Orchestra Regional Academy workshop/rehearsal.