It's not all doom and gloom! – Make Music Day UK

In these unprecedented times the power of music to bring people together has never been felt so strongly across the globe. We bring  you a digest of some of the most uplifting stories and creative initiatives. 

the sofa singers

Vocal leader, James Sills launches a virtual choir and invites people from all over the world to connect through the power of song – from the comfort of their sofas.

#TOGETHERATHOME

Coldplay, Yungblud and Christine And The Queens are live-streaming gigs from their homes, spreading the love of music to fans the world over.

SING FROM THE BALCONIES

Italian communities play music together and sing from their balconies.

SERENADING A TOWN

Maurizio Marchini “wanted to do something to spread joy amid all the sadness so [he] serenaded the entire town”.

Staying connected through music 

Making Music have compiled a list of the fantastically creative ways people are staying in touch and making music together digitally.

 

TEACHING MUSIC ONLINE

Bridging the Gap: Teaching and Learning Music Online

The power of music is amplified through the events we share – be it as performers, learners or audience members. Teaching and learning music can thrive through the remarkable tools, resources and people that are engaging in music online. Watch the recent webinar from The NAMM Foundation.

SUPPORT, RESOURCES AND COMMUNITY

NYMAZ have been working with schools, Hubs, music teachers and music organisations on remote music learning since 2014 and are offering free advice and support to those transitioning to online music lessons and live broadcasting.

 

Further suggestions? Get in touch so we can spread the word! Send an email to info@makemusicday.co.uk

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