London Modulo Meet 2016

The NOFA Modulo Programme helps music teachers to create multi-ability inclusive ensembles for 11-18 year olds who are keen in take part in music. We do this by providing specially arranged music, resources, lesson plans and more.

The London Modulo Meet will take place in St Sepulchre-without-Newgate where our modulos will join together for a day of rehearsals and an improvisation class. The day will culminate in a performance at 3pm of theme’s from Dvorak’s iconic ninth symphony “From the New World”.

Please come along and support the next generation of talented musicians.

Schools attending our London Modulo Meet include:

London Academy
School 21
Slough and Eton Business and Enterprise College
Drayton Manor
Dagenham Park
Petchey Academy
Oasis Academy Enfield
Edmonton County School
Rushcroft Foundation School
Prendergast Ladywell Fields College
Hathaway
Oasis Academy South Bank
Oasis Academy Shirley Park
Simply Music
Wembley High Technology College
Haberdasher’s Aske’s Knights Academy

 

North West Modulo Meet 2016

The NOFA Modulo Programme helps music teachers to create multi-ability inclusive ensembles for 11-18 year olds who are keen in take part in music. We do this by providing specially arranged music, resources, lesson plans and more.

The North West Modulo Meet will take place in Manchester’s iconic Bridgewater Hall where our modulos will join together for a day of rehearsals and an improvisation class. The day will culminate in a performance at 3pm of theme’s from Dvorak’s iconic ninth symphony “From the New World”.

Schools attending our North West Modulo Meet include:

Waterhead Academy
Oasis Academy MediaCityUK
Burnage Media Arts College
Sale High School
Carr Hill
Trinity CofE High School
Resonate Hub

Please come along and support the next generation of talented musicians.

NOFA Musical Chairs 2016

On Saturday 16 January 2016, 60 intrepid NOFA supporters will take to the stage and perform alongside the dedicated young musicians of the National Orchestra for All as part of Musical Chairs 2016.

Some of these participants will never have played a musical instrument before, others are musicians who are taking up a new instrument for the first time. All will receive a full day of coaching from our team of professional tutors, all under the baton of NOFA’s artistic patron and head of conducting at the Royal Academy of Music, Sian Edwards, and guest conductor, writer and comedian Sue Perkins!

Join us for a fantastic concert of two of the most iconic pieces of classical music ever written – Beethoven’s 5th Symphony and Dvorak’s New World Symphony – along with a few extra surprises along the way. Doors open at 4pm, with the performance starting at 4:30pm. Following the concert, there will be a chance to speak to the participants and enjoy a well-earned glass of prosecco!

Tickets are £10 each, with all of the proceeds going to support dedicated young musicians across the UK facing challenging circumstances.