MK Music HubThe Music Hub
Is a group of partners committed to providing the best quality musical experiences to young people
Our Mission & Vision
Milton Keynes Music Education Hub is an organisation led by Milton Keynes Council’s Music Faculty consisting of schools and key partners that are responsible for music. The Hub ensures that all young people are able to receive an excellent music education and that they have opportunities to develop their music skills through high quality instrumental and vocal tuition as well as progressive wide-ranging musical experiences.
Telephone: 01908 253520
Mon-Thu: 9am – 5pm
Fri: 9am – 4.30pm
We aim to fulfil all aspects of the National Music Plan including:
1. Whole class ensembles
2. Instrument hire
3. Progression routes
4. Opportunities to perform
5. Training for teachers
Do you play clarinet? Come and join with other players for an afternoon celebrating the clarinet! Saturday 21 May 2022 - 1.30pm to 4.30pm with renowned clarinettist Paul Harris. This is a free event - there is no charge to take part. Suitable for anyone who has been...
Read the latest Music Centre News in the May 2022 bulletin ... including information auditions for Youth and String Orchestra. https://miltonkeynesmusichub.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2022/05/MK-Music-Centre-Bulletin-May-2022.pdf
The MK Music Hub is asked to carry out a needs analysis every year which considers feedback from parents and other service users. If you are able to spend a couple of minutes filling in the online questionnaire about the MK Music Centre, that would be helpful for us...
FREE - Royal Opera House workshops Kick start your singing for 2022 with a FREE workshop from the Royal Opera House – Hansel and Gretel The workshop is for KS1 and KS2 colleagues and will enable you to deliver a 5 session opera project based on ‘Hansel and Gretel’,...
Ousedale school have released details of their aptitude test for September 2022 intake for current Year 5 pupils living outside their designated catchment area. Find out more here.
Music is great fun, but did you know it can also improve brain function, support wellbeing, and broaden horizons? Find out more at www.musicmark.org,uk/getplaying #GetPlaying At Milton Keynes Music Hub, there are plenty of ways for children and young people to...
Our equality, diversity and inclusion work We all know that learning and making music can make a massive impact on young people. It can improve wellbeing, and has a wealth of benefits for their intellectual, personal and social development. But despite this, too many...
An interesting read from the Guardian newspaper. How to improve the school results: not extra maths but music, loads...
A personal note
” Welcome back to the start of a new term. We hope you are all staying safe and well in these challenging and rapidly changing times and continuing to make music. It is my ambition that the Music Hub will enable all children in Milton Keynes to make their kind of music. Please get in touch to help us work towards this. We have developed a new way for our Music Centre to operate for now and hope to see you all in person soon.”