Ten Pieces III: Everything you need to know
Ten Pieces III is using a brand new set of classical pieces to engage children aged 7-14 and inspire them to make their own creative responses to the music.
Find out everything you need to know about this phase of the project, including planned activities, what resources are available, and which pieces are on this year's list.
Join in with exciting events and activities during the 2017/18 academic year:
- The Ten Pieces Nutcracker Live Lesson is now online! Catch up on everything that happened in a jam-packed half hour of dance and movement for 7-11s and use it to develop your own dances
- Upload your Nutcracker dances and other creative responses to a special online showcase on the Ten Pieces website
- The Ten Pieces Coaching Scheme is back! Sessions will offer young people the chance to work with professional musicians from the BBC Orchestras and Choirs
- Or why not come to a Ten Pieces School Concert and wow your class with live music?
Find out more about what to expect and how you and your pupils can get involved below. There will be more events announced throughout the year, including a grand finale in the summer. Make sure you register to be the first to hear about upcoming opportunities.
Alongside the activities, free teaching resources are available for all 10 pieces from the Ten Pieces III repertoire to help students explore and get creative with the music over the 2017/18 academic year, including:
- Exciting animated short films presented by Naomi Wilkinson and Lemn Sissay
- Orchestral and choral performance films
- Classroom lesson plans for primary and secondary teachers
- Downloadable and simplified instrumental and vocal arrangements
- MP3 recordings to listen to and download