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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Location:The House, St Austell
Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra are calling composers aged 12-18 to submit an original composition with the hopes of being selected to attend a two day Go Compose! workshop on 17 & 18 February 2017 at ... Continue reading →
Flute choir workshops take place at Ashtorre Rock in Saltash once a month with dates published on the website and on Facebook.
Playing in an ensemble is a lot of fun and is a great way to explore new repertoire, improve your reading and ensemble skills and meet other flute players. ... Continue reading →
The St Austell Rotary Club is holding a competition for young musicians on Saturday 12th November at the Holy Trinity Church St Austell
£50 prize to each overall winner of of the instrumental class and vocal class.
Pick your own pieces to sing or play.
3 age groups: under 18, 15 and 12yrs (as on the 31/8/16)
To enter, download form ... Continue reading →
This is an announcement about a ground-breaking musical initiative in the south west for disabled and non-disabled people aged 11-25!
You might already have heard about the South-We ... Continue reading →
Kernow West Folk Group is an exciting new youth ensemble based in the Camborne / Redruth area with rehearsals taking place at Cornwall College (opposite Heartlands). We play folk music from Cornwall, Ireland, Scotland and further afield.
The group is open to ... Continue reading →