Schools and music organisations working together to provide the best possible music-making opportunities for young people in Luton.
LEAD ORGANSATION FOR The Mix –
LUTON’S MUSIC EDUCATION HUB
We want to inspire and support all children and young people to experience exciting, rewarding, varied and high quality progressive musical experiences, individually and with others. To achieve this, we create, deliver and promote opportunities for young people to make and learn music, improve and develop the quality of music education, and champion music education.
The Power of Music – Prof Susan Hallam [PDF, 2MB]
Orchestras Live, City of London Sinfonia and Luton Music Service collaborated in a project called Side by Side, which culminated in a performance at UKCCA on 15 July 2016. Young musicians from Luton Music Service’s Saturday Morning Music School and Icknield Primary School’s Hearing-Impaired Provision performed alongside professional musicians. Click on the image above and read the Side by Side Evaluation Report to find out more.
“Fantastic – funny, big-hearted, moving and truthful” Guardian
Is there a guitar propped up in your bedroom? A drum kit gathering dust in your garage? A trumpet boxed up in the attic? Well, blow off the dust. We’re putting the band back together!
Part riotous gig, part tender storytelling, Ross Millard (The Futureheads), Maria Crocker and Alex Elliott reveal epic emotions within our relationships with music.
Performance: Friday 3rd Feb 2017, 8pm
Workshop: Friday 3rd Feb, 5.30pm – 7.30pm
The Hat Factory, Luton, LU1 2EY
All you need to do is call 01582 878100 – Monday – Friday 11am – 6pm to book.
Luton Youth Concert Band is looking for new players of Grade 4 standard.
The band particularly needs woodwind, French horn, tenor horn and tuned percussion musicians.
If you are interested, contact Luton Music Service on 01582 538224 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Call Terry and Valerie Mills on 01582 507820 for further details.
From 19:00 until 21:00
At Icknield High School