In The Know – The universal language of music
Music is known to boost brain power, improve memory and it can also contribute to your child’s confidence and social skills. Here are a few enrichment activities to consider as they cater for budding as well as skilled musicians.
EarMaster’s Music Theory Online Course
This free course offers a great introduction to the fundamental notions of music theory. Children interested in music can enrol in this course and learn the basics of music theory. It also makes it easier for the student to choose which music theory to study further if need be. More information can be found here.
Tomorrow’s Warriors Ensembles Winter Showcase
On 10th December make your way to the Royal Festival Hall and listen to extraordinary young musical talent aged between 11-19. The showcase celebrates 25 years of music education to young people based in London and surrounds. This event is free and open to all ages. Have a look here for more information on the showcase.
Family Gamelan Taster Session
Family and friends will learn how to play a Javanese gamelan percussion orchestra. No previous musical experience is needed. The 2 hour long workshops will run from the 2nd of December until 7th July 2018 and costs £10. For more information on this truly rewarding and inspiring musical and social experience follow this link.
The GT Scholars Programme is a Non-profit organisation that strives to give young people aged 11-16 skills, strategies and support to achieve aspirations. Don’t miss out on our next exciting event for Global Entrepreneurship Week on Saturday, 18th November 2017. Contact us to find out more information or register for our free event here.
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