Connecting the Dots
Bringing together schools and BBC musicians for free unique musical encounters
Ten Pieces is here to help you and your students continue to get creative and enjoy music. As the way we teach and make music changes and adapts to the “new normal” - Ten Pieces will continue to bring together UK schools with BBC musicians for online workshops.
These workshops offer children the chance to meet a musician, hear them perform and ask them questions. Workshops take place online – beaming professional musicians directly into your classroom for a bespoke musical encounter.
As well as BBC Musicians, we will be working with the Ulster Orchestra in Northern Ireland to deliver these online workshops.
Applications for Connecting the Dots close on Thursday 15 October 2020.
Who is it for?
This opportunity is for UK primary schools including special schools that are learning in-school. Unfortunately this offer is not open to individuals or home learnings. Decisions will be made based on the local educational landscape.
What does it offer?
The workshops will offer schools a unique chance to meet a musician, hear them perform, ask questions and take part in musical activities together. Workshops will last 20-30 minutes and take place over video-conferencing technology.
What do I need?
Schools applying must have the technology and internet access to be able to partake in a video call. The school must have a member of staff who will be able manage the set-up and delivery of the workshop.
How do I apply?
To apply for Connecting the Dots, please complete the online application form. Applications will be assessed on a rolling basis and will be carefully considered based on location and capacity of musicians. Applications close on Thursday 15 October 2020.
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