We are funded by the Arts Council England. The partnership serves 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.
Please click here. Funding Opportunities Craxton Memorial Trust The Craxton Memorial Trust, which commemorates the eminent pianist and teacher Harold Craxton, and his daughter the... View Article
NSV2013 is recruiting now for young people who would like to work towards a performance at the festival (10 – 12 October). We are offering a... View Article
The students and staff in the music department at Springwood High School in Lynn have written, produced and recorded an original song called ‘Behind The... View Article
Please click here to see our Autumn Newsletter.
The initiative, which forms part of Aldeburgh Music’s Britten Centenary programme and the worldwide Britten 100 celebrations, is based around the set of 12 Friday... View Article
Please click here to see the evaluation report on MusicMix 2012.
The Roadshow is a UK tour visiting 9 towns and cities featuring performances from the best student acts of 2012. Attractions include: Open evening – music... View Article
This will be followed by a residential music course in Norfolk and two performances – one at St Andrews Hall, Norwich, on Wednesday 10 April 2013... View Article