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NAfME 45m
“Beautiful. That adjective is prevalent in our culture, but it's not spoken often in music education. And perhaps we should be saying it more often, says Bob Duke.”
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Jane Lynch 6h
I am passionate about and support . Please check out their latest video giving you a virtual reality experience inside an Education Through Music classroom, narrated by !
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Kenny Lopez 33m
There were some happy kids today at Success Prep at Thurgood Marshall! Thanks to the VH1 Save the Music Foundation, these students were given music instruments!
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ISM 4h
Music educators! This is your opportunity to take charge of government policy on music education. Please take the time to fill out the following music education surveys to help us shape music education in England:
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Joelle Braithwaite Sep 18
I think it is almost a waste of time, effort and £ to give kids lessons in school if they’re not nurtured in some kind of ensemble programme. They get cornet lessons in year 4 and then... nothing. What’s the point?
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Joshua Bell 4h
Music education has the power to develop creativity, expression & confidence, & it's the greatest gift we can give to a young person. Join me in supporting & org . Check out their work in the VR tour narrated by Meryl Streep.
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Southbank Sinfonia 6h
Hugely enjoyable day with teaching our players valuable skills in communication
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Orchestras for All 6h
"What I can say to headteachers is that music and arts are the bedrock of educational success. Your results will go up, not down." Headmaster Naveed Idrees of An inspirational read and a powerful endorsement of the value of
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Wtucci 23m
When your students truly rock! Kessyana showing the world how to drum in style! 👏🥁💥🙌
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NAfME Sep 10
"I grew up in a school with only 5% minority, but growing up, I found my love of arts and through music, I felt positive about myself and who I was.” – Congratulations to NAfME member Nia Franklin on being crowned ! Thank you for supporting .
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Madebydrlight🔺🔺 19h
Playing Happy Birthday for students ‘ birthday weeks is one of the best parts of teaching. Also granting the week of no-scales-on-your-Birthday .
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Mr. Holland's Opus 2h
Thank you and for sharing how made a difference in your life with MHOF Awarded . Music teacher Jesse Espinosa and his students were thrilled! Check out 's news coverage from your visit:
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Heather 20h
It was a terrific Tuesday for music making at Walnut Street! Solfege, form, steady beat, posture and diction, using and playing instruments appropriately; definitely a positive day!
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Rosie Secker 11h
My singing group did brilliantly learning Star They loved talking about the imagery and what a 'loch' was! What lovely writing and a great song for winter concerts <3
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The Amber Trust 8h
Today, launches its innovative new music service, AmberPlus, for families with a visually impaired child who has complex needs. Check out the amazing resources online 🥁🎼🎧🎤
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Josiah Quincy Orchestra Program 1h
Week 2 is underway! TY to the quick work of our team and friends at , all of our student musicians have received their instruments and have begun making their first sounds of the season!
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ISM Sep 17
The uptake of music GCSE has fallen by over 15% in the past two years. The is damaging music in our schools. Our campaign calls for a broad and balanced curriculum for ALL children.
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The Music Hub 2h
Lovely to spend time hearing young, local performing to their at an event to share plans for the new venue and community space at . Hope to help make this happen.
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AbramWilsonFdn 9h
'How music saved a failing school' ❤️ this quote from its head: "What we discovered is that children need to be engaged not just at the level of the mind and body, but also the level of the soul."
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Lisa Leach 21h
Ok, twitterverse,we have a student who REALLY wants to play violin and has a weak left arm/hand without a ton of flexibility. How can we help her realize her dream?
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