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Bigger and better: Expo London 2018

Music & Drama Education Expo returns to Olympia London on 22 & 23 February 2018, for its sixth year. As ever, we hope to provide teachers, hub leaders, manufacturers, students, publishers – indeed anybody associated with music, drama and cultural education – with a one-stop-shop for engaging ideas, useful resources, and the opportunity to network with colleagues old and new.

ISM corporate members’ Brexit round table

The ISM held its first corporate members’ round table on Thursday 23 November inviting delegates to discuss the topic of Brexit and its potential (and crucially, impending) impact on the creative industries.

Teacher focus: Julia Harding

As well as a great deal of musical skill, the art of being a Music Director, private teacher and manager of a Music service includes perfecting the arts of 'juggling', 'spinning plates' and 'running from here to there and everywhere.' Read about a week in the life of ISM member Julia Harding in the latest Teacher Focus.

Black History Month: Errollyn Wallen

To celebrate Black History Month, the ISM is producing a series of blogs featuring black musicians working in the industry today. Composer Errollyn Wallen MBE says there is a genuine desire across the industry to increase the representation of BME communities in classical music. Read her blog for the ISM blog series.

Black History Month: Philip Herbert

To celebrate Black History Month, the ISM is producing a series of blogs featuring black musicians working in the industry today. Composer and ISM member Philip Herbert says that the new BAME generation needs to be inspired to carry on the creative mantle - but how? Read his blog for the ISM blog series.

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