Surrey Arts are hosting a unique networking event on Thursday 7 June that will bring together agencies that support vulnerable migrant children with music and arts organisations and practitioners to explore shared objectives and potential partnering opportunities.
Surrey Arts is delighted to announce it has been awarded funding from the R C Sherriff Trust for 'No Sound Ever Dies', a newly-commissioned piece of music for several hundred instrumentalists and singers drawn from Surrey schools and community groups.
MUSE: Supporting Surrey Secondary Music Are you interested in supporting secondary schools to sustain and develop their music provision? Secondment opportunity starting September 2018, up to fifteen days between September and March 2019, times negotiable. Overview Surrey Music Hub (SMH) is continuing its programme of support for music in Surrey schools, called MUSE.
A new project called ‘I Speak Music’ is being launched by Surrey Music Hub to bring together professionals who work with, or have an interest in supporting newly arrived and vulnerable young people (for example young asylum seekers, young refugees, young people who have been trafficked to UK) through the arts and music.
On 22nd February 2018 Surrey Music Hub's Infinity and UP! Orchestra won the 'Best Musical Initiative 2018' award at the prestigious Music Teacher Awards for Excellence, dubbed the Oscars of the arts education sector. In this highly contended category, Surrey Music Hub fought off competition from some fantastic national projects and was commended for innovation and dedication in bringing together a large range of partners and for designing a project that would have far reaching impact for years to come.
Due to the adverse weather conditions and high number of school closures, we have decided that all music lessons, Ensembles and Concerts will be cancelled from 3PM TODAY THURSDAY 1 MARCH 2018 UNTIL SUNDAY 4 MARCH. We hope to resume normal teaching from Monday 5 March.
Surrey Arts is delighted to announce it has been awarded funding from Arts Council England’s Grants for the Arts fund for 'No Sound Ever Dies', a newly-commissioned piece of music for 1,000 instrumentalists and singers drawn from Surrey schools and community groups.