The Teacher and Musician Blogroll

The Teacher and Musician Blogroll

Reading blogs about music education is one of the activities that I find to be most valuable in my own professional development.  It doesn’t matter how much experience I clock for myself, there’s always something more that I can learn from other music education...
Interview: Abigail D’Amore

Interview: Abigail D’Amore

Over the last few years, I’ve been lucky enough to do some work with Musical Futures.  It’s always a pleasure to work with this group of incredibly hard working and innovative professionals so it was important to me that Abigail D’Amore, CEO of the...
Interview: Martin Fautley

Interview: Martin Fautley

Not many people in music education can have their name used to describe an idea but that’s exactly the case for Martin Fautley.  It’s not uncommon to hear a music teacher describe a particular thought as being “a bit of a Martin Fautley thing”...
Interview: Helen Tierney

Interview: Helen Tierney

I first met Helen Tierney at a Rhinegold Publishing consultation day.  During the lunch break, she invited me to speak to her PGCE students at Middlesex University (you can read more about that here and here) and this gave me the opportunity to speak to her in a...
Interview: Philip Flood of Sound Connections

Interview: Philip Flood of Sound Connections

I recently had the pleasure of attending the Teach Through Music Final Conference, which gave me the opportunity to meet Philip Flood.  I’ve been aware of Philip’s work with Sound Connections for some time and had enjoyed the occasional conversation over...
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