A partnership of key local & regional music organisations, working together to create, develop and maintain co-ordinated, high quality music education for children & young people, in and out of school.
Important News For Students Undertaking Music Studies In Higher Education
THE JOHN BARKER BURSARY
Bursaries are awarded to students undertaking music studies in higher education, having spent the last two years of their secondary education in a Wolverhampton maintained school, where students are prevented from taking a full part in their course because of need.
NYO Inspire Days are a fantastic and FREE opportunity for teenage musicians playing at Grade 6 – 8+ to experience an immersive day of workshops and rehearsals, focused on peer learning with NYO Musicians.
NYO is a national platform for Britain's brightest and best teenage musicians to come together to create performances that astound and inspire musicians and audiences alike. A belief in the extraordinary things that young people can achieve is at the heart of everything we do. Watch NYO here.
This Friday, 18th May, students from the Wolverhampton Girls High School will be giving a concert in the Georgian Room of Wolverhampton Art Gallery. Pianists - Ananya, Emilia, Krina and Gabriella - will be playing pieces by Robert Schumann, Yang Tiersen, Thomas Arne and Fanny Hensel; vocalists - Daniella, Marlow, Amy and Mariella - will be singing a diverse range of compositions by Shawn Mendes, Colin Mawby, Gabriel Fauré and Stephen Sondheim; and guitarist Emma and flautist Annabelle will be entertaining us with pieces by Joe Robinson and Jeremy Norris, respectively. Do come along for what promises to be a fantastic concert. It starts at 1.10pm and entrance is free of charge. ... See MoreSee Less
Youth Orchestra and Youth Wind Orchestra - Spring Concert, St Jude's Church, Wolverhampton, on Saturday 12th May at 7.30pm. Tickets available from Music School or on the door, FREE ADMISSION ... See MoreSee Less