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Leadership Team for Herts Music Service

Katherine Wolfenden
Catherine Tallis
Deena Day
Angela Gilby
Rebecca Kelly
Nick Denham

Thursday
Nov032016

WSM Group on TV!

Brass Attack, the junior brass group from Watford School of Music recently appeared on CBeebies! The programme was a fantastic showcase for these young players and demonstrated not only the high quality of provision in Hertfordshire but also how important musical experiences are for our children and young people.

Watch the programme Melody and Friends HERE

Wednesday
Nov022016

Singing Strategy Symposium

Click HERE for details of a Singing Strategy Symposium on Wednesday 30 November.  

 

Tuesday
Oct182016

Watford School of Music Youth Orchestra at Royal Albert Hall

Following the Watford School of Music Youth Orchestra’s fantastic performance in the Music for Youth National Festival at Symphony Hall, Birmingham in the summer, they have now been chosen to perform at the Schools’ Prom at The Royal Albert Hall on Monday 14th November. This is a wonderful opportunity! Conductor John Brennan. Congratulations to all!  Tickets here - https://tickets.royalalberthall.com/syos/performance/51138

Tuesday
Oct182016

Hertfordshire Young Musicians on CBeebies this week!

*Broadcast Dates for Melody*
Two episodes of MELODY filmed at Watford School of Music using our musicians will be transmitted on Cbeebies on Thursday 20th October (Brass Attack) and Friday 21st October (Youth Orchestra) 10.25 and 14.25. Enjoy!

More info about Melody here - http://www.bbc.co.uk/cbeebies/shows/melody and here - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Melody_(TV_series)

Friday
Oct142016

New Government figures - fall in Arts GCSEs

The percentage of pupils entering at least one arts subject has fallen to by 1.7 percentage points to just 47.9% of pupils in state-funded schools in 2016.

The new figures were published today by the Department for Education.

This is on top of an overall decline of 8% in the uptake of arts subjects at GCSE and shows that the DfE’s English Baccalaureate (EBacc) proposals are continuing to have a negative impact on the uptake of creative, artistic and technical subjects in schools.

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