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!

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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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Learning musical instruments in groups can be the best way to start out, but it has to be done right. I was recently involved in a round-table discussion about the merits of whole-class instrumental lessons, or Wider-Opps as they are also known as. There seemed to be mixed opinions as to whether these lessons were Read More

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This week’s guest blogpost, from The Curious Piano Teachers’ Hannah O’Toole, is a review of Jazz Piano For Kids, a recent best-selling release from Hal Leonard. Hannah explores the book from a teacher’s perspective, giving excellent insight as to how the book can best be used by teachers, exploring its many strengths, and comes away Read More

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Renowned composer, teacher and author Sarah Watts has been a go-to name for instrumental teachers for years, with Razzamajazz, Ready, Steady Recorder and the Red Hot series among her many best-selling titles. Here she explores her popular Five Note Philharmonic books, and how they can be used to get mixed instrumentalists playing great music easily. Read More

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Inspired by: Jazz Piano for Kids, by Richard Michael The guitarist Derek Bailey infamously lamented that “improvisation enjoys the curious distinction of being the most widely practiced of musical activities, and the least acknowledged and understood.” No longer. Improvisation as a fundamental component of musical learning is now firmly established in the canon of musical Read More

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The Curious Piano Teachers are a community of piano teachers from across the globe, offering a library of great teaching resources, professional development, and the opportunity to interact with supportive, like-minded peers. Hannah O’Toole is their Community and Marketing Manager, and for this week’s guest blog post she explores RSL’s new Classical Piano syllabus. Do Read More

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As anyone who has spent any time thinking about the music for a wedding or a funeral will know, there is something of an art to planning a service. The Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral at St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle, last Saturday, must have gone through some fairly drastic last-minute changes due to Covid restrictions, Read More

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Xperts Online: SUNDAY 7th MARCH at 7.00pm Discover why now is the time to upgrade to a Yamaha Genos with our exclusive online event. Ever wondered what upgrading to a Yamaha Genos workstation would do for your music? Brought to you by Musicroom Lincoln and presented by Yamaha experts Paul Thirkettle and Daniel Watt, this Read More

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Rhythm Cups: An Ideal Classroom Resource for Online Music Lessons “I love Rhythm Cups. It is so accessible and fun, even if you don’t have musical instruments to hand. More resources like this, please!” – Mrs Sharp, Primary Music Teacher Following the latest national lockdown, teaching classroom music is once more back online. We know Read More

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Gareth Malone and Catherine de Sybel launched Bright Star to huge acclaim at the London Music & Drama Expo in March 2020. Since then whole school singing, which the book so excellently promotes, hasn’t been possible. So now, as a temporary solution to help school sing together again, albeit remotely, Gareth and Catherine have produced Read More

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Those just setting out on their piano journey (and their teachers) can now choose from an impressive range of adult-appropriate method books: there’s something here for everyone! That’s great news, because the last thing most adult learners want is to be presented with Jimmy Timpson’s First Piano Lessons for Tiny Tots, or a minor variation with Read More

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Melanie Spanswick is a pianist, writer, teacher, and composer, who has authored best-selling books on many aspects of piano performance and pedagogy. Her Play It Again series for the returning pianist has proved to be hugely popular, and here she gives 5 top tips for returning pianists. Whether you are young or old, if you Read More

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Body percussionist and Body Beats Author Ollie Tunmer discusses the benefits of his method in today’s music education landscape When Body Beats was launched at the Music and Drama Education EXPO in March 2020, no one could have foreseen just how much things would change due to Covid-19. Following the initiation of lockdown, I delivered Read More

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  Times are tough for musicians at the moment. At Encore we’ve been investigating this first hand – in a recent survey of 560 musicians we found that 64% of them were considering leaving the industry. But as we all begin to adapt to the ‘new normal’, it’s more important than ever that as musicians Read More

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It may not be the same as singing live, but continuing to sing online with your choir can really invigorate your singers. It gives them something to work towards, to look forward to, and it can also be a tremendous learning experience for singers and directors alike. We wanted to create this choral pack to Read More

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What is ScorePlay? ScorePlay allows you to listen and read through entire choral arrangements online. Due to the current climate, we’re unable to meet up with our local choirs – ScorePlay is the perfect way to sing along to your favourite choral arrangements and decide on repertoire for your next rehearsal!   Who is it Read More

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  Musicroom is dedicated to helping you provide your child with a rich and rounded education, even during school closures. Every week we’ll be providing free outstanding, fun and rewarding music lessons for Key Stages 1, 2 and 3 that can be taught at home. Simple to use and no musical expertise is required! This Read More

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Musicroom is dedicated to helping you provide your child with a rich and rounded education. Since lockdown started we have provided 27 free outstanding, fun and rewarding music lessons for Key Stages 1, 2 and 3 in conjunction with Rhinegold Education. These lessons are simple to use with no previous musical expertise required, and can Read More

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