We are funded by the Department of Education which is administered by Arts Council England to create more opportunities for children and young people to get involved in music throughout the county.
Working together to Safeguard Children (DfE, March 2015)
Keeping Children Safe in Education (DfE, September 2016)
Music Education, a guide for Governors
We directly fund a number of special music projects, enabling school pupils and teachers to work with professional practitioners/community music leaders.
Our subscription packages offer a wide-range of services for your school, to enhance and support your music curriculum.
Find out more information about our range of extra-curricular opportunities and resources to help parents support their child's musical education needs.
In this section you can find out more information about the range of school based activities available from the Music Hub and access relevant school documents.
Playing in a group is an important part of learning an instrument. There are many opportunities of music making on
offer around the county.
Guest post by Anna Carter | Singer-Songwriter & Producer | @annacartermusic /annacarterofficial /annacarterofficial On Sunday 15th October I attended the New Blake Studio Classical Youth... View Article
Songwriter, an online platform for young songwriters, was launched in Norfolk on Thursday 12 October 2017, with a special event hosted at Dove Street Studios,... View Article
Learn how to get creative with your pupils using the new Ten Pieces repertoire at a free CPD Day. Taking place at the BBC’s Maida Vale Studios on... View Article
‘Friday Afternoons‘ is celebrating another year of the project with groups of people across around the world performing specially commissioned repertoire on the Friday closest to... View Article
The Music Service have added two new classes to their ensemble activities which take place weekly during term time. The following classes will both take... View Article
We are working in partnership with East Norfolk Sixth Form College and The Garage, Norwich, to offer the following opportunities for Years 9-11, FREE OF... View Article
Ivan Cane, LRAM, LTCL (1927-2017) Prominent local musician Ivan Cane has died at his home in Old Costessey. He was 90. Ivan Cane will chiefly... View Article
Calling all KS2 singers to be part of an exciting, specially commissioned musical work representing the 6 Indian seasons: fusing Western music with traditional Indian... View Article
Norfolk Music Hub is inviting schools to take part in a carousel of South Asian Workshops. These practical, creative workshops include: Making authentic Indian Music... View Article