Modulo Programme

Shortlisted for Best Musical Initiative at the 2017 Music Teacher Awards

To sign up for this year's programme, complete this form! 

Modulo Programme 2017-2018

Exciting news! The following Regional and National Modulo Meet 2018 dates have been confirmed:

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Friday 2 March 2018: Yorkshire Regional Modulo Meet (with Sheffield Music Hub), Firth Hall, Sheffield

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Tuesday 6 March 2018: North West Regional Modulo Meets, Z Arts, Manchester

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Tuesday 13 March 2018: London Regional Modulo Meet, Cecil Sharp House, London

 

Standby for dates for the West Midlands and National Modulo Meets!

To register your interest in the programme please complete this form!

Accessing the resources

Once you've signed up, you'll be given access to the Modulo Music (repertoire) and teaching resources via the Modulo Virtual Learning Environment (VLE). For technical issues, contact Anna Williams at anna.williams@orchestrasforall.org or on 0207 267 4141.

Click here to access the VLE

What is the Modulo Programme?

Calling all music teachers and community music leaders! Give your young musicians the chance to perform as part of a large-scale orchestra on a world class stage.

The Orchestras for All Modulo Programme supports music teachers to establish a small instrumental ensemble in their school or community for students aged 11-18. The programme aims to help music teachers lead a rewarding instrument ensemble for students of any instrument skill level who are keen in take part in music. We provide teachers with bespoke arrangements of music that flexibly caters to all ability levels and instruments, rehearsal plans and resources and two opportunities per year to come together with other schools involved in the programme to perform as a large-scale orchestra, once regionally and once nationally.

Last year, 30 Modulos from schools in London, the West Midlands, the North West and Yorkshire took part, performing the themes from Dvorak's New World Symphony, as well as their own compositions. Schools and community groups who have taken part in the programme include:

London and South East

  • Play for Progress / Refugee Council UK
  • Stepney Green Maths, Computing and Science College
  • Oasis Academy Enfield
  • Oasis Academy South Bank
  • Oasis Academy Shirley Park
  • Cranford Community College
  • School21
  • Wembley High Technology College
  • Haberdashers' Aske's Knights Academy
  • The Hathaway Academy
  • Simply Music
  • Ark John Keats Academy
  • London Academy
  • Willowfield Humanities College
  • Slough and Eton Business and Enterprise College
  • Mulberry School for Girls
  • James Hornsby School
  • Mark Hall Academy
  • Hackney New School

West Midlands

  • Balaam Wood School, Birmingham
  • Kingsmead School, Cannock
  • Westwood Academy, Coventry
  • Coventry Modulo

North West

  • Carr Hill High School, Kirkham
  • Resonate Hub, Liverpool
  • Oasis Academy MediaCityUK, Salford

Yorkshire

  • Fir Vale School, Sheffield
  • Stocksbridge High School, Sheffield
  • Firth Park Academy, Sheffield

For further details about how to get involved in the Modulo Programme, contact the Anna Williams at anna.williams@orchestrasforall.org or on 0207 267 4141.

Information for Modulo Leaders

Modulo Leaders will be able to sign up to take part in the 2017-2018 programme from September 2017. As ever, if you have any questions, comments or feedback about the Modulo Programme, please do let us know:

By phone: 0207 267 4141

By post: Orchestras for All, Cecil Sharp House, 2 Regent's Park Road, London NW1 7AY

By emailanna.williams@orchestrasforall.org

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