WITH LESS THAN A MONTH TO GO, WHAT IS YOUR FAVOURITE SESSION?
Preparations for our biggest show yet are in full swing! With less than a month to go until EXPO 2016, have you decided yet which sessions you will attend? Perhaps a cheeky glance at our programme will help you decide?
Vocal warm-up will be provided by no other than Disney’s The Lion King. They will also run a whole session on creating a theatrical atmosphere and it only gets better from there!
Julian Lloyd-Webber will not only discuss his performance career but also present the winner of the Choral Composition Competition on our Performance Stage.
Everything you always wanted to know about spoons? Look no further! We have the perfect workshop for you and you don’t even need to bring your own spoons.
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VOCAL WARM-UP: DISNEY’S THE LION KING
We are thrilled to announce that the team behind Disney’s The Lion King will be providing this year’s vocal warm up.
So, why not watch the DVD or go watch the show over the weekend and make sure you remember those lines? Hakuna Matata!
FIRE-SIDE CHAT WITH JULIAN LLOYD-WEBBER
Join Julian Lloyd-Webber being interviewed on our Performance Stage as he talks about his career as a performer and also about his work with Sistema and being the principal of the Birmingham Conservatoire. He will then present the winner of our Choral Composition Competition!
Do you know that feeling? You stand in your kitchen thinking ‘Which utensil is best for playing some cracking tunes’? Here’s the answer – it’s spoons, of course! Join a team of spoons experts for an introductory workshop on how spoons can entertain and inspire music students of all ages.
The MU is pleased to be working in partnership with the National Union of Teachers (NUT) at this year’s Expo. The MU and the NUT work together nationally and locally to further members’ mutual interests and promote music teaching. We are pleased to offer a range of interesting sessions (click below) that will have a wide appeal to the classroom teacher and the peripatetic teacher:
Promoting Positive Behaviour
Creativity in group teaching
All you need to know about building a private teaching practice
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Thursday 25 & Friday 26 February 2016
Doors open: 09.00
Morning performance: 09.15
First session: 09.30
Close: 17.00 (Thursday) and 16.30 (Friday)
Music Education Expo takes place at Olympia Central, Hammersmith Road, Kensington, London W14 8UX. It is quicker
and easier to travel to Olympia by public transport.