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Singing or playing a musical instrument really enriches the lives of children and young people as well as having a positive impact on other aspects of education and learning
The National Plan for Education highlights the important role which music has as part of a young person’s education. Learning to play a musical instrument has many benefits: it teaches perseverance and discipline; fosters self-expression; relieves stress; promotes social skills; boosts self-confidence and promotes happiness!
In regular conversation with OFSTED, we work closely with schools and colleges to provide support for teachers, both specialist and non-specialist, to increase confidence and quality of Music National Curriculum delivery.
We are an Artsmark Preartner and can offer advice and support to your setting.
Music Centre ensembles rehearse weekly during term time and offer young musicians and singers the opportunity to perform a variety of repertoire together. They also allow young musicians to gain the necessary skills needed to progress onto Premier Ensembles where they can embark on national and international tours. Across the Tees Valley, our music centres have something on offer for all abilities and styles.
MUSINC offers a range of opportunities for young people across various locations in the Tees Valley. Young people can get involved in open access groups at Middlesbrough Town Hall. MUSINC also do targeted work for people facing barriers, special projects, schools activity, and performances and showcase events.
ADULT & FAMILY
Adults can get involved in weekly activities like community choirs, monthly classical café for all the family, and Operatunists – working on singing, choruses and even staging scenes for an opera! More activities will be available soon, for enquiries please contact email@example.com.