#GetExploring (for secondary ages)

#GetExploring a selection of online resources for secondary children!

 

Barbican Guildhall Creative Learning (all ages)

The Barbican Guildhall Creative Learning team have put together a wide range of arts-based activities that you can get involved with from home, all of which are free to access.

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LSO Discovery: Digital activities (all ages)

Explore LSO Discovery’s collection of musical activities, concerts and resources for young people aged 5 and up. Full of great ideas and resources for teachers to use in the classroom, ideas for home-schooling and ways to keep entertained and active during lockdown and beyond.

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BBC Ten Pieces (KS3)

Explore the stories and secrets hidden in these classical pieces of music. For each piece you will find free teaching resources, exciting short films, lesson plans, arrangements and more.

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The Beat Goes On (KS3)

Beat Goes On is a collection of body percussion videos. The founder of this company, Ollie Tunmer (a former cast member of the hit show STOMP) will be streaming a live body percussion workshop every day at 11am on his YouTube channel. No instruments required!

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Self-Isolate | Create | Animate (ages 11-18)

A weekly video series of creative musical challenges for you to respond to.

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London Philharmonic Orchestra (ages 11-18)

Get to know LPO through online concerts, tap along scrolling scores and films from behind the scenes.

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Future DJs (ages 11-18)

Explore DJ-ing like you’ve never done before, play around with sound and discover a new way into music!

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BBC Music: Music technology (KS3 / GCSE)

A series of clips aimed at informing and enabling music students to understand the techniques and technology involved in music making.

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Bendetti Foundation: With Nicky (ages 11-18)

Join musician Nicola Bendetti for her online series of educational videos that provides information, guidance, and support for young musicians throughout their musical and personal development.

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Virtual Benedetti Sessions (all ages)

Three weeks of consistent, scheduled online tuition and inspiration, preparing collectively for a final weekend of activity celebrating the coming together of our global music community.

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Ableton Live (ages 11-18)

Ableton Live lets you easily create, produce and perform music within one online intuitive interface, and you can currently try it out for free for 90 days.

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English National Opera – Sing on the Sofa (ages 11-18)

Every Friday at 11am, Aga Serugo Lugo is bringing ‘Sing on the Sofa’ to you and your families at home. The workshops will explore fun singing exercises whilst also maintaining healthy vocal technique.

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NMPAT: Beethoven 9: Active Listening Resource for Secondary Schools (ages 11-18)

To celebrate the 250th anniversary of Beethoven’s birth, Northamptonshire Music and Performing Arts Trust  have launched “Beethoven 9” it consists of 9 active listening strategies for secondary aged pupils, all based on the music of Ludwig Van Beethoven.

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Charanga: Writing a Rap (ages 11-18)

Free resources and competitions to help you write tongue-tangling raps.

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