All schools taking part in Music Makes Me must supply detailed performer information by Wednesday 3rd May 2023. This will allow us to comply with Child Performer Licensing legislation, and order the correct T-shirt sizes, etc.
To do this, please download and complete the Excel spreadsheet here.
The Tri-borough Music Hub (TBMH), in co-production with the Royal Albert Hall (RAH), is thrilled to publicly announce the launch of Music Makes Me, our next large-scale multi-school music education and performance programme; following closely in the footsteps of previous award-winning programmes, Seven Seeds in 2015 and Convoin 2019. Music Makes Me’s innovative approach is rooted in inclusive musical practice and will happen in the 2022-23 academic year (TBMH’s 10th anniversary year), culminating in a performance in the RAH on Tues 27th June 2023.
Music Makes Me - Additional T&L Song-writing Resource
The purpose of this resource is to look at how song writing can be brought into every classroom/school and can be accessed by teachers and students.
We hope that by using this resource, schools will be able to co-create brand new song(s) that could represent a school anthem, class anthem, Year group anthem etc.
The primary aim of this resource is to provide a practical tool and guidance for music teachers and classroom practitioners in mainstream and SEND settings, who would like to unlock natural musical creativity of their students but might feel that they lack the confidence or practical know-how to do so.
This resource covers five song strands:
Social Story Songs
Emotional Regulation songs
The September 2022 updated information for Schools can be found in this document (click HERE)
Information for theTBMHEnsembles can be found in this document (click HERE)
Read the press release (27th June 2022) all about it marking one year to go: