June 21st is a date in every music-lovers calendar - Make Music Day is a global grassroots music festival, where all kinds of free music is played in all kinds of spaces, performed by young and old, professional and amateur, beginners and experienced musicians. This year, we're inviting you to celebrate Make Music Day with … Continue reading Celebrate Make Music Day with us
Our next performance, from the DaDaFest Ensemble on 11 July at 2pm, will be played to an in-house audience at the Liverpool Philharmonic, as well as being broadcast across the internet. It will be a relaxed performance with the aim of removing potential barriers to access for audience members, including those with an autism spectrum condition, a … Continue reading Ideas for offering relaxed performances
DaDaFest Ensemble to perform new composition, live from Liverpool Philharmonic Free live music experience direct to the classroom Thursday 11 July 2 – 3pm Tune in at: http://connectresound.live Tweet us while you watch @NYMAZmusic and @DaDaFest #Livemusicforschools Schools across the UK are invited to experience the excitement of DaDaFest Scratch by tuning into the free … Continue reading Pupils invited to music premiere at DadaFest Scratch!
Watch on catch up: connectresound.live/watch An exciting exploration of music, sound and improvisation with the stunning musicians of Tipping Point. This is a special performance for schools and is a unique opportunity to enjoy the work of this contemporary jazz quartet. Led by MOBO and Mercury Prize nominated musician, James Mainwaring, Tipping Point bring together … Continue reading Everything you ever wanted to know about improvisation
Thursday 21 Feb 1.15pm - 3pm Tune in at: http://connectresound.live // Tweet us while you watch @NYMAZmusic and @TheEFDSS, using the hashtag #youthfolk // Schools across the UK are invited to enjoy a free online concert celebrating folk and traditional music with talented young musicians, the National Youth Folk Ensemble,and one of the UK’s finest … Continue reading Schools invited to attend top folk concert – from their classrooms