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059: Syncphonia – Replace paper scores with a digital system for your tablet

By Mark Taylor | February 5, 2018 |

Designed and refined over two years, working with amateur and professional ensembles, Syncphonia replaces paper scores with a digital system which synchronises to the beat of a conductor or lead musician. The current bar and beat are highlighted, so players can’t get lost, pages are turned automatically, and new parts can be distributed in seconds…

058: PRACTICAL MUSIC-TEACHING IN THE PRIMARY CLASSROOM

By Mark Taylor | January 29, 2018 |

THE ULTIMATE MUSIC SCHEME FOR PRACTICAL MUSIC-TEACHING IN THE PRIMARY CLASSROOM Simple and intuitive video lessons with PDF plans ready to use straight away. TAKE A FREE 10 DAY TRIAL. WANT TO HEAR SOME NUMBERS TO CONVINCE YOU?  168 LESSON PLANS 600 VIDEO CLIPS 200+ NOTATIONS & ACTIVITY SHEETS An exclusive offer for Education on Fire listeners. Sign up for a…

057: Young Voices with musical director Craig McLeish

By Mark Taylor | January 15, 2018 |

The largest school choir concerts in the world Young Voices is in full swing for 2018 and I chat to their musical director Craig McLeish. Craig wants to know your questions, thoughts and experiences of Young Voices. Get in touch and you may get your questions answered and a mention on the follow up show! email…

056: One Dance UK with Claire Somerville – Head of Children & Young People’s Dance

By Mark Taylor | January 8, 2018 |

One Dance UK is the national Sector Support Organisation for Dance and the lead Subject Association for Dance in Schools in England. We have a growing membership of teachers and schools, who all benefit from advice, resources and discounted conference/CPD opportunities. I chat with Claire Somerville – Head of Children & Young People’s Dance, One Dance…

055: Growing with Gratitude

By Mark Taylor | January 1, 2018 |

Growing with Gratitude – Learn how to change the culture of your school & classroom. BUILDING & PROTECTING STUDENTS MENTAL HEALTH ACROSS THE UK The Growing With Gratitude Program aims to help teachers, students and families easily develop the habits of gratitude, kindness and mindfulness that have been identified as the stepping stones to greater…

054: Funding Music Education in your school with UCan Play

By Mark Taylor | December 28, 2017 |

  Jonathan Savage is Managing Director of UCan Play and we talk about Funding Music Education in your school. We discuss the benefits of working in partnerships and making the most of the opportunities around you both on a local level and through the internet. Jonathan has great experience from his role as Chair of…

053: Events made easy with TryBooking

By Mark Taylor | December 18, 2017 |

TryBooking is UK’s most innovative event ticketing, booking and registration platform. We provide an all in one system that helps you manage everything online.   SELL TICKETS Streamline your events by selling tickets online. REGISTRATIONS Create smart forms with custom questions and online payments. ONLINE BOOKINGS Grow your business with online bookings. FUNDRAISING Build a…

052: Live classical music in schools with Apollo Music Projects

By Mark Taylor | December 11, 2017 |

Apollo Music Projects brings live classical music to children who might not otherwise experience it. Over 13 years, more than 8,600 children have experienced the magic of live performance from classroom to concert hall, culminating in the thrilling spectacle of a full orchestra in concert. I talk to David Chernaik about how this project was brought…

051: Why 18,000 schools are using ‘Out of the Ark Music’

By Mark Taylor | December 4, 2017 |

Out of the Ark Music was born out of a passionate belief that children deserve the very best. Good songs leave a lasting impression and contain huge potential to make a difference to our lives. The importance of music and the arts cannot be emphasised enough and, though often overlooked, they are a vital part…

050: How to produce a local music project for primary schools

By Mark Taylor | November 27, 2017 |

Today I talk about my experiences from producing a music project for local primary schools. My insights and thoughts about expectations, how schools work together and being a beacon for people to follow. How do you use your time and are there more effective ways to get great results? For more information please visit www.EducationOnFire.com

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