What does music education teach us?

As the world changes, many schools and education programmes are cutting music from the curriculum. Although I can understand some of the reasons – the annual cost of running a music department, shortage of music teachers, push on STEM subjects; in my personal opinion cutting music is a grave mistake.

Top Tips for Music Teachers when presenting a concert

Delivering a music concert requires you to be focused on delivering the best creative performances as well as manage the logistics and smooth running of the event. In fact, when so many music teachers work alone, this is a massive amount of work by itself. So it is no wonder that we forget to plan what we are going to say until 5 minutes before the concert!

Logistics for a concert and how to reduce the stress for music teachers

Every year, audiences all around the world sit in school halls to watch the annual winter concert. Yet very few people understand the massive commitment and workload that goes into present and creating school concerts.

Music Teachers – how to protect yourself from negativity!

Are you the bubbly music teacher that loves music? But recently you have found yourself feeling a bit down, fed up and unmotivated. Have you considered that you might be absorbing negativity without even realising it??

Welcome To Passionate About Music!

I love music with all my heart. I have been sharing my love for music in public and private schools in the UK, Switzerland and Bermuda for nearly 25 years. It has been such a joy and awesome experience. But, on more than one occasion I have felt burned out, stressed and unfulfilled. Yet, notContinue reading “Welcome To Passionate About Music!”