Music Teacher Magazine nominated Charanga Musical School for the Best Digital or Technical Resource Award 2013 in March. Other finalists were ABRSM Aural Trainer app, Jampod, which won the award, and SightRead4Piano app. For more information … read the rest.
With songs from nursery rhymes to Bon Jovi and ABBA, classroom music teachers particularly will be delighted with the Song Centre added to Charanga Musical School, which is a modern music curriculum for the whole school … read the rest.
Friday Afternoons is a nationwide singing project led by Aldeburgh Music, culminating on Britten’s birthday – 22 November 2013. The initiative, which forms part of Aldeburgh Music’s Britten Centenary programme and the worldwide Britten 100 celebrations, … read the rest.
Musical School – a modern ICT-supported primary music curriculum for the whole school Headteacher comment: “Charanga Musical School has had a fantastic effect; teachers can track children’s progression clearly and the supporting planning and assessment is … read the rest.
Chris Blurton, Music Teacher at Haytor View Primary School, Newton Abbott, reviews Charanga Music World “When teaching children to play a musical instrument, the biggest challenge is encouraging them to practise. Children will come up with … read the rest.
Charanga welcomes the teachers and staff from the Lewisham Music Hub and SELB in Northern Ireland. There are now over 70 Music Services working in partnership with Charanga to make more music happen. … read the rest.
Charanga’s two founding directors, Mark Burke and Paul Fletcher, went to the USA in February to launch Charanga Music World USA at the Texas Music Educator’s Association (TMEA) annual convention. As well as presenting the programme … read the rest.
Strictly Come Dancing singer, Chris Madin, sings on some of Charanga’s inspira® Pops songs. inspira® Pops uses well-known songs by artists such as Bon Jovi, ABBA, Adele, and others with full backing, differentiated instrumental parts, lesson … read the rest.
Charanga would like to say thank you to Howarth for putting at their disposal various instruments for a photo shoot, the results of which will appear in animated graphics in Charanga programmes. www.howarth.uk.com … read the rest.
You can visit Charanga at the Music Education Expo at The Barbican, London, 20-21 March 2013, on stand L1. To register in advance for the Expo – the entrance is free – and find out more … read the rest.