A message from Solihull Music Service...
We are delighted to announce from Monday 30th March the arrival of our online resources for all our music students and the wider community.
Please visit www.solihullmusicservice.com and click on the online resources tab.
Here you will finds lots of different musical activities for your whole family to get involved with.
At the top of the page you will find a link to our You Tube tuition channel where pupils can play along or learn to play different pieces with some of the SMS staff. (Please be aware this will continue to grow as time goes on)
Underneath this tab you will find resources for the different instrument groups, just click on the link and it will take you to the instrument page. There you will find some links to online music sessions or further links to specific levels for particular instruments. If you are involved in the Whole Class Ensemble Tuition programme there is also material for you to practice.
At the bottom of the opening page you will find links to classroom based lessons - which we hope is something the whole family can get involved with. This will develop further as we add more resources in partnership with our schools.
The whole website is live and we will continue to add and develop it further over the coming weeks and months to make sure our young musicians get get the most from it. We will send out regular tweets via @musicsolihull as we add further resources. (Please make sure you are following us!)
Please encourage your pupils and families to practise at least half an hour every day, and there is also the fantastic opportunity to encourage families to learn together as we are all stuck indoors at this present time. We would like to think that every family will learn a song to sing per week as we know that will spread a little happiness. (Backing tracks for songs can be found under our vocal lesson tab).
Please keep checking back to our website and twitter feed as we will continue to update you on a regular basis. We want to keep music alive in Solihull and are working hard to achieve this.
Get those instruments out.......sing out loud......stay safe and look after each other.
Assistant Head Of Service
Head Of SMC