Our commitment is to give every child a chance to participate, enjoy and achieve by making music together. The benefits of music are very wide-reaching. Feedback from schools, parents and children show that the opportunities we offer through Hampshire Music Service have a very high impact indeed.
That the following area ensembles have significant anniversaries coming up this year...?
Havant Clarinet & saxophone choirs (HCSC/HCSC2) - 25 years!
Eastleigh Area Schools Orchestras (EASO) - 40 years!
Gosport & Fareham Youth Orchestras (GFYO) - 60 years!
EASO in particular are attempting to contact as many ex members as possible - if you can help in any way, please let us know!
Saturday 2 May 2015, time slot dependent upon level*
Henry Beaufort School, Winchester
All wind, brass and percussion players welcome. *Depending on standard, you will be allocated either a 10.30 - 13.30 slot with the Youth Training Wind Ensemble or a 10.30 - 15.15 slot with the County Youth Wind Ensemble
Play alongside current members, meet other players and take part in a short informal performance for parents at *13.00 or 14.45pm
All welcome, including teachers and parents: come along and experience the excitement of playing alongside some of Hampshire’s finest young musicians.
We will be performing music from our current repertoire which will include Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue.
If you are unable to come along, but would like to audition later this term, do get in touch.
Poster 191 kB
Application 43 kB
Friday 10 July 2015,
Marwell Hotel, Colden Common, Winchester.
"If you had to create from scratch the perfect 21st century musician, Alexander L'Estrange would be your template" Howard Goodall CBE
Carolyn Robson: Professional singer and musician.
Caroline Gale: Director of Music at Guildford County School.
Specialism: Boys' Choirs
Workshops covering subjects such as:- Jazz improvisation
with trade stands, such as 'Out of the Ark' and free resources all at the incredible price of £50!
Vocal Conference flyer 2 MB
Since September 2012 our many wonderful musical events and activities have reflected some of the successes of the Hampshire Music Education Hub.
By developing stronger partnerships, the Hub is providing exciting opportunities in music education for 55,000 children and young people. We look forward to continuing our work with our Hub partners to benefit musicians of all abilities throughout the county
“We are justifiably proud of Hampshire Music Service becoming the lead partner in the Hub. This role will strengthen the range and depth of their work, ensuring the highest quality music-making for all children and young people.”
John Coughlan, Director of Children's Services
See what great musical events are taking place during the coming few months.
Discover the HMS provision opportunities available to schools and how to to sign up!
Inspire your primary school pupils to sing with this new weekly resource!
We now have a live Blog we hope will allow Hampshire schools to share their experiences surrounding the use of the BBC Ten Pieces, why not email us with the accompanying prompt form 45 kB to let us know how you are getting on!
The Hampshire Music Service is the lead partner for the county's Music Hub.
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