Archive: January, 2017
Conwy Music Service is delighted to announce that it has secured funding to run a project for developing woodwind players.
The ensemble project will provide pupils with the opportunity to play side by side with some of the county’s best young players, get coaching from the best teachers, improve skills in a fun and exciting way and take part in public performances.
Creative Dance Festivals 2017
Posted: 30 Jan, 2017
All Conwy schools are invited to participate in the Creative Dance Festivals in 2017. You are welcome to choose a date that suits you best.
Posted: 23 Jan, 2017
Congratulations to Conwy Music Service pupils on their recent results!
Posted: 20 Jan, 2017
Ysgol Tudno guitar pupils start the New Year with an impromptu concert for their classmates. Conwy Music Service tutor Gary Jones inspired the young musicians with a brand new ensemble piece called Three Course Meal – and they did such a good job at their first attempt they were keen to share their success. Amazing!
Light Springs through the Dark
Posted: 16 Jan, 2017
Culture is important. By culture we mean the arts, music, literature and heritage.
We see culture as a priority. We believe in it for its own sake and in supporting it with public funds.
Culture is central to our society and our sense of nationhood.
Culture empowers; it is hugely important in developing confidence, skills and employability. It makes a vital contribution to other key areas of public life including health, education and regeneration.
Statement published by Ken Skates AM Cabinet Secretary for Economy & Infrastructure, Dec 16
Light Springs through the Dark: A Vision for Culture in Wales.
Start the New Year with Music and Cheer!
Posted: 16 Jan, 2017
Rehearsals start again……………….
Happy New Year!
Posted: 05 Jan, 2017
It’s an exciting time for the Arts in Education – we have Professor Donaldson’s Review championing creative learning, Arts Council Wales’ Lead Creative Schools scheme and new programmes from EDAU the regional arts & education partnership.
To make sure as many pupils and schools benefit as possible the Expressive Arts Service would like to offer your school a music session in dance, drama, music or art with Transitions Edge, Pigtown Theatre Company, Feel the Beat! or artists Wendy Couling & Eleri Jones.
Get in touch by phone or email to make a booking.