Make Music Day! Live from Great Yarmouth
21 June 2018, 1.00pm – 3.30 pm
Make Music Day is an annual set of free music events taking place in venues and public spaces all over the world. We’ll be broadcasting live from venues in Great Yarmouth, with performances from schools and local musicians and groups, throughout the afternoon.
To find out more about Make Music Day, visit www.makemusicday.co.uk
A very special performance live from Risedale School, North Yorkshire, in partnership with Swaledale Festival: National Youth Jazz Orchestra.
Don’t miss this performance of thrilling music from twenty of the finest young jazz musicians in Britain, directed by trumpeter Mark Armstrong. Classics from the big band canon will be played alongside brand new commissions by this world-class band which has helped launch the careers of notable musicians such as Gwilym Simcock, Laura Jurd, Mark Nightingale, Guy Barker and Amy Winehouse.
This special performance will be hosted by Risedale Sports and Community College to a live audience of 500 North Yorkshire Schoolchildren, and to online audiences in schools and army bases across the UK and the world!
Tune in at 11.10 am (BST) on Tuesday 6th June.
To check you will be able to access the performance, please try watching one of the archived broadcasts below.
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A4 Brass Quartet live From Dallam School, Milnthorpe - Friday 1st July 2016
A4 Brass Quartet are one of the UK’s leading young chamber ensembles. Based at the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester, England, A4 is comprised of principal players from some of the UK’s leading brass bands, including the world famous Black Dyke, Grimethorpe Colliery, Wingates and Hammonds Saltaire bands.
Hope & Social take students behind-the-scenes of being in a band
Known for their uplifting, fun performances and passion for public participation in music-making, Hope & Social's band members will give a behind-the-scenes insight into being in a band. They will even show how the recording process works - from playing the music to mixing the track.
NYMAZ Early Years Music Network Conference 2015 - Keynote Presentation
Presented by Professor Colwyn Trevarthen, Emeritus Professor of Child Psychology and Psychobiology at the University of Edinburgh, and an inspirational speaker on music, movement and the early years.
4-piece acoustic folk band Maia from Huddersfield
Performing at Musicport Festival, Whitby. 17 October 2014.
This performance by Consone Quartet in partnership with the National Centre for Early Music and the East Riding Music Hub is available to those involved in music education to view, via the NYMAZ Remote Music Learning Network. To access this and other resources and regular newsletters, please visit: http://www.nymaz.org.uk/for-professionals/remote.
Over the past 2 years, we have also been delighted to bring exclusive live online performances by the Hallé Orchestra, Royal Northern Sinfonia, Harrogate International Festivals and BBC Young Musician of the Year Martin James Bartlett to school audiences across the UK.