Led by Cornwall Council, our Hub is made up of over 40 partners and supporting organisations all working together to support music education for young people in Cornwall. This website provides an insight into our current activities and how you can get involved.
The Cornwall Music Education Hub will champion, celebrate and grow Cornwall’s rich music heritage and, through inclusive, dynamic and innovative learning, will inspire children and young people to achieve their musical potential.
Further information about the membership and purpose of the CMEH can be found on the ‘About’ page.
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ACADEMY OF MUSIC AND THEATRE ARTS - FALMOUTH-YAMAHA JAZZ SUMMER SCHOOL
15th - 20th August 2016
First-class tutors, amazing state-of-the-art facilities, and a beautiful Cornish setting: Falmouth University and Yamaha come together to host one of the most exciting jazz summer schools in the UK.
Running over six days in August and led by a team of top UK jazz players and educators, theFalmouth-Yamaha Jazz Summer School 2016 supports jazz players from a wide range of backgrounds and experience seeking to further their skills, understanding, and appreciation of jazz. Working in a concentrated yet relaxed and friendly atmosphere, the combination of the course, tutors and facilities make for a highly stimulating and creative learning environment.
Sessions on a range of key topics run throughout the six days, culminating in a final night concert which is open to an audience of family, friends and invited local jazz fans. Also during the week is a master-class and concert by a visiting Yamaha jazz artist. This year we are very happy to welcome the visit of the exceptional drummer, composer, arranger and producer Troy Miller.
Early bird rate: available until 20 May
Residency £595/Course only £380
Regular rate: available until course is full, or 10 August
Option to pay a £100 deposit - balance due by 20 July
Residency £625/Course only £410
Stagecoach Truro is holding a weekend of West End Workshops which will be open to all.
Dates - 23rd and 24th July 2016
Location - Penair School, St Clement, Truro
Performers, David Haydn, Clodagh Long and Robyn Green from London's West End will be delivering workshops including, Acting to Camera, St ... Continue reading →
National Children’s Orchestras (NCO) auditions open!
An incredible opportunity to be a part of Great Britain’s leading symphony orchestras for children. NCO provides exp ... Continue reading →
The Cornwall Music Education Hub would like to invite individuals or organisations to undertake the direction of the following county ensembles:Continue reading →
The Cornwall Music Education Hub would like to invite individuals or organisations to undertake the following work on its behalf:
Cornwall Music Education Hub – Minority Instrument Bursary Scheme
The CMEH recognises that a range of musical instruments are needed to make up an orchestra but some instruments, known as ‘Minority Instruments’ or ‘Endangered Species’ are not as popular. As a result, it is often not possible for students to learn these particular instruments in a group lesson and indivi ... Continue reading →
The Cornwall Music Education Hub's Saxophone Ensemble, Sax is our Business, will be performing a concert to mark the end of the academic year and bid farewell to the players who wil ... Continue reading →
The Cornwall Music Education Hub would like to invite organisations to submit expressions of interest for the following projects. These expressions of interest should include a detailed timeline for activity, budget and also details of relevant experience. Please submit to Tanya Moore (email@example.com) by 5th July 2016
Music mentoring ... Continue reading →
The annual Hub conference will be taking place on 14th October 2016 at the Sands Resort in Newquay.
We are pleased to confirm that our Guest Speaker will be Professor Susan Hallam, MBE, Professor of Education and Music Psychology at the Institute of Education, University of London and a powerful advocate for the importance of mu ... Continue reading →