Going into Year 7? Want to play an instrument?
In September, every pupil in Yr7 will have the opportunity of learning to play a musical instrument or learning to sing. Find out more and apply online.
Pupils in KS1 & KS2 will already have had the opportunity to see and hear live music in their schools as part of the Get into Music programme. Each year over 900 new pupils begin instrumental and vocal lessons. Further information, including podcasts of the instruments being demonstrated by young people, is available on our website. Applications can also be made on line www.bhma.org.uk Subsidies of up to 100% towards the cost of lessons are available for eligible families.
Carousel has been celebrating and supporting learning disabled peoples' creativity for over thirty years
A music taster day for children and young people supported by the Fostering & Adoption Service
In September, every pupil in Year 7 will have the opportunity of learning to play a musical instrument or learning to sing. Find out more and apply online
25 pupils from Brighton & Hove have been nominated to receive two years' of tuition and support as part of Awards for Young Musicians Furthering Talent programme
Calling all those professionals who are working in music with children and young people in Brighton and Hove. Sign up for our SoundCity Conference/Joint Practice Development Day
BHMA will be a champion for the new BBC initiative called Ten Pieces, aiming to inspire a whole generation of children to get creative with classical music. To be launched in the Autumn with special screenings
Planning for our annual concert at the Brighton Centre is well underway. This year, we'll be featuring some newly composed numbers by pupils at Downs View, Hillside & Downs Park Schools
The Brighton Youth Orchestra String Ensemble and young dancers from Brighton & Hove wowed the Music for Youth's National Festival judges recently, winning the Innovation Award
The Great Escape, one of Europe's largest festivals for emerging bands, took place recently in Brighton. More than 400 acts performed in Brighton & Hove over 3 days in 35 venues
Our young musicians in BHMA Big Band and Concert Band kick-started the open air performances on the Brighton Festival Fringe City stage attracting one of the biggest crowds of the day
Our most advanced dance students (members of our satellite Centres for Advanced Training) will perform in the summer showcase at The Place, the UK's premiere centre for dance
Mon 6 and Tues 7 Oct for primary schools at the Brighton Dome studio. For secondary schools performances, visit glyndebourne.com/schools
Drum Kit teacher Sam Glasson tells us of his love of percussion, his musical family and starting off with knitting needles on his mum's bucket
If so, would you be interested in meeting up with other players, sharing old photographs or helping current members of BYO reach their potential?
Workshop for oboe and bassoon players - free for anyone learning through the Music Hub – 20 places available.
Exciting new training opportunity for adults involved with music making and singing with children and young people.
The sound of music filled the studios and corridors of the Music Centre as over 450 young people took part in vocal and instrumental courses, forming bands and ensembles and learning new music in a range of styles.