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Here are several learning websites that you can use to continue learning Music whilst at home.
Learn to make music through computer coding.
Sign up before 31st March to receive 30 days free access to performances by the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra. A good way to explore Classical music. Does not require you to cancel the subscription at
This company run a lot of body percussion workshops. If you go on youtube, he is uploading a lot of videos for you to learn from.
Monday 23rd March (the first online lesson since schools closed)
Videos to teach you how to play your instrument at home.
Dorico, Cubase and Bandlab have made their software free to download if you would like to try and compose music. Google them and experiment!
Make your own instruments! Now is the time to use some of the recycling around the house to discover what instruments you can make.
Here are a few websites to help you get started, but google how to make your own instrument at home and there are tonnes of websites and videos to copy from!
Myleene Klass is doing some online music lessons, teaching you about basic music theory. Watch her first video here.
Explore Classic FM – listen to the radio live through the website, explore some of the composers biographies,
Listen to David Walliams’ ‘Marvellous Musical Podcast’. There are 10 episodes to listen to.
Dorico, Cubase and Bandlab have made their software free to download if you would like to try and compose music. Google them and experiment! This is something you should definitely look at doing, as you will have to attempt this on your return to school, as you are required to compose for a BTEC module.
Music Industry revision
Youtube videos on Music Industry to help with revision.