HAVE A BREAK – HAVE A TICKET!
It’s nearly time for a well-deserved half-term break! Have you set out your curriculum for the next term yet? Any new instruments or practices you want to put in place in the Spring? At EXPO 2016, our conference partners ISM are putting on a session dedicated to the challenges currently affecting music education and classroom teaching.
Is music theory becoming irrelevant or even unnecessary? Certainly not, according to ABRSM’s Chief Examiner John Holmes who suggests that in fact it has never been more important.
What if you need a break during sessions? Have a look at our list of fantastic exhibitors ranging from Big Piano, Royal Albert Hall, Steinway, Yamaha to English National Opera, making it our biggest show to date.
Make it easy for yourself: Register for your free ticket NOW
Our conference partners ISM have designed a session to guide music teachers through the challenges currently affecting music education & teaching in the classroom.
Music hub & service leaders alike will benefit from this fantastic session including new resource and guidance documents to take away for future planning.
Join ABRSM’s Chief Examiner John Holmes as he makes a strong point in favour of Music Theory and will suggest it has, in fact, never been more important!
Using a range of resources, the session will demonstrate connections between musical literacy and articulacy showing how musical knowledge lies at the heart of successful music-making.
Our biggest show yet, EXPO 2016 is bringing together some of the biggest names in the industry. Steinway, Yamaha, Royal Albert Hall… The list is long!
Why not find the inner child in you and have a go at the Big Piano? We sure will! And if the name dropping isn’t enough, Julian Lloyd-Webber will present the winner of the Choral Composition Competition!
NUT in cooperation with MU are organising a number of fantastic sessions at this year’s EXPO.
Creativity in group teaching will present a number of approaches to enable mixed ability groups to have successful musical experiences and outcomes.
Promoting positive behaviour will focus on practical approaches to promote positive behaviour by understanding policies, strategies and procedures.
Last but not least, All you need to know about building a private teaching practice will tell you all about the ins and outs about setting up your own successful business.
Need help securing the time off?
Thursday 25 & Friday 26 February 2016
Doors open: 09.00
Morning performance: 09.15
First session: 09.30
Close: 17.00 (Thursday) and 16.30 (Friday)
Music Education Expo takes place at Olympia Central, Hammersmith Road, Kensington, London W14 8UX. It is quicker
and easier to travel to Olympia by public transport.