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NDCS Raising the Bar competition

Posted by Suffolk Music Education Hub on 22 January 2016

The National Deaf Children's Society (NDCS) are thrilled to announce that Raising the Bar is back! They are searching for the nation’s most talented deaf young musicians, dancers and actors.

This year NDCS will be selecting 24 winners to attend a two day Masterclass in Birmingham on Saturday 18 and Sunday 19 June 2016 which will be led by highly acclaimed deaf professionals: Danny Lane from Music and the Deaf, Charly Arrowsmith from Deafinitely Theatre, and Mark Smith from Deaf Man Dancing.

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Music Education Expo composition competition

Posted by on 20 November 2015

Would you like the opportunity to have your composition filmed, recorded, and performed professionally?

Music Education Expo are looking for a young composer to submit a piece for the 2016 conference.

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Compose an anthem for the Suffolk School Games!

Posted by on 16 November 2015

Would you like to hear your own composition played at the opening ceremony of the 2016 Suffolk School Games?

Suffolk Sport need you to create this year's anthem. The winning entry will be invited to perform at the opening ceremony, and will also have the opportunity to be recorded in a professional recording studio!

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RPS Duet Prize for Young Composers

Posted by on 23 October 2015

Do you like the sound of winning £1,500 in cash? Would you like a professional commission and performance of your own composition? If so, read on!

The Royal Philharmonic Society and Duet Group are awarding a young composer with the RPS Duet Prize next year (2016).

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Win an educational music workshop with pBone!

Posted by on 22 July 2015

Who is your musical idol? Win a free pBone workshop for your school!

Who is your musical idol and how have they been influential to you? Submit your answers to pBone for the chance to win a music workshop in your school.

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