If your kid loves music and even plays it, it is time to expand their love to the bedroom and provide it with a matching mood decoration. Be inspired by these music-themed bedroom decor ideas for kids!

Giving children and adolescents room to dream of a healthier future

Learning how to design a music room will help you get the most out of the room while keeping peace with your neighbors and other household members.
Decide how the room will be used -- whether for practices, performances, or recordings and create your design from there.
Whether you’d a prefer space that is dark and dramatic, our design experts can provide you with whatever aesthetic gets you in a creative mindset the most.

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All new for guitarists from ABRSM The new ABRSM Guitar syllabus is now available, along with a range of fantastic supporting books and materials. What’s inside the syllabus? The syllabus features new repertoire at all grades. Take a look inside and you’ll find classical favourites alongside new arrangements and specially-commissioned pieces. There are duets – Read More

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Playing Poolside with Musicroom A cocktail in one hand, a trashy paperback in the other. Headphones on, Factor 50 liberally applied. The waves are lapping softly on the shore and the sun is warming every pore. Holidays are bliss. Holidays are bliss for 3 days…maybe 4 max. But what happens when the book is finished Read More

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The Flight Travel Ukulele has taken the internet by storm and is a great new option for ukulele beginners of all ages. Over the past few weeks I have had the opportunity to play, teach, and travel with this instrument, so here is my review. You can hear a sound sample of it in this Read More

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Love it or hate it, the day has finally come…Mamma Mia 2 has hit cinemas across the UK. Resistance, we’ve found, is futile. And we have decided: if you can’t beat them, join them. And with a pretty epic soundtrack, that’s really not hard to do. Some of ABBA’s best known works are on the Read More

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Written by Alex Eardley-Scott, Lincoln Musicroom If your store manager (a grade eight multi-instrumentalist) can’t stop playing an affordably priced keyboard, you know Casio are doing something right. We pried him from the keys and I had a closer look at what he was talking about. As somebody who plays piano like a cat being dropped on Read More

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KORG: Digital Pianos Overview You’ve decided that you want a piano. That’s the easy part, but what kind of piano do you buy? Digital? Acoustic? Upright? Keyboard? Grand? You may have been recommended a certain brand by your teacher, but which model is the best choice for you? You’ve made it as far as the Read More

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Twenty-Four Contemporary Pieces For Solo Piano You go to a music shop (online or real – your choice). You’re not sure what you’re looking for, only that you’ve heard a few songs on Spotify and want to learn something similar. You see this beautiful book and realise some of your favourite composers are on it Read More

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Some deliveries open with a shrug and put them out like washing on a line. Others make you feel like a kid at Christmas. When several boxes with Marshall logos on them arrive, as a guitar specialist, you definitely feel the latter. Unpackaging the five and fifty-watt combos, you realise just how iconic these amps Read More

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A feast of piano music from ABRSM The new ABRSM Piano syllabus for 2019 and 2020 is now available, along with a fantastic set of supporting resources. So what’s on offer? Completely refreshed repertoire We’ve created new lists of pieces for every grade. There are jazz-inspired commissions from Nikki Iles, Richard Michael and Mike Cornick alongside Read More

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We’ve compiled a Spotify playlist with our favourite contemporary classical compositions. Continuously updated by our classical team, follow our Spotify playlist and enjoy popular and obscure recordings from some of the best in contemporary classical music. 689 total views, 5 views today

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Following on the success of her two operatic works for children and teens –  Douce et Barbe Bleue, Les Fables Enchantées, Little Thummie and Cendrillon (based on Perrault), as well as the adaptation of Maupassant’s short story The Dumpling (2014) – Isabelle Aboulker once again hits the bull’s eye with Myla and the Boat-Tree, a Read More

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