skip to main content

New Online Resources for Music Teachers

Three new online resources for music teachers that have been made free for lock down – sheet music downloads, classical music streaming and inspiration from ROSL young musicians.

Published: 07 May 2020 | 12:00 AM Updated: 28 April 2021 | 4:30 PM
Photo of an apple on a keyboard
Resources for music teachers as well as families looking to boost their skills during lockdown.

Here are three top resources for music educators this week.

Warwick Music Group releases thousands of sheet music titles for free

A music group and recycled instrument manufacturer has released more than 6,000 free pieces of music online.

Warwick Music Group’s raft of instant digital downloads of its most popular sheet music titles have been made available for free until the end of June, to music teachers as well as families looking to boost their skills during lockdown.

Check them out here.

Families get free access to Classical 100 during lockdown

A unique collection of classical music spanning 1,000 years has been made available for free during lockdown as part of a landmark agreement between Decca Classics, Classic FM and the UK’s largest music education organisation, ABRSM.

The Classical 100 collection includes everything from Hildegard of Bingen to Graham Fitkin via J.S. Bach, Beethoven, Brahms, Mozart, Elena Kats-Chernin and Tchaikovsky and is available online now.

View it online now.

Royal Over-Seas League at Home

Royal Over-Seas League have put their music at home project online, keeping the the young musicians, artists and writers creative.

You can take a look at some of the ways in which ROSL alumni are making sure their artistic output isn't diminished by the isolation we all find ourselves currently in.

View ROSL at home.

Continue reading

A grouping of trombone players, we can see the instruments, their music stands and their hands - blurred in the background is the rest of the orchestra.

New Series of Events for Orchestral Players

This Autumn we’ll be hosting a new series of online events for our Orchestra Section members, covering topics from mouth and hand health through to presentation skills and designing workshops.

Published: 12 October 2021

Read more about New Series of Events for Orchestral Players
Youth strikers out to protest about teh climate crisis, there's a huge crowd all with hand painted signs, some of them reading

Trade Union and Workers Blocs to Unite For COP26 Demos

In the lead up to the UK Government hosting the 2021 United Nations Climate Conference (COP26) in Glasgow this November, major demonstrations will be taking place in cities across the UK – with a call for trade unions and workers to join the action.

Published: 11 October 2021

Read more about Trade Union and Workers Blocs to Unite For COP26 Demos
Against a blue background is a miniature toy globe that functions as a map of the world, with a large pair of black earphones sitting behind the globe.

Music Declares Emergency to Host First Climate Music Blowout Event

The event – which will run on Sunday 17 October in London – will include an afternoon of discussion on how the UK music industry can respond to the climate emergency, followed by a ticketed evening show celebrating the power of music.

Published: 11 October 2021

Read more about Music Declares Emergency to Host First Climate Music Blowout Event