Led by Cornwall Learning, our Hub is made up of over 40 partners and supporting organisations all working together to support music education for young people in Cornwall. This website provides an insight into our current activities and how you can get involved.
To celebrate and grow Cornwall’s rich music legacy by shaping an inclusive and dynamic culture which inspires learning, creates aspirational performance opportunities and supports every child and young person to achieve their musical potential.
Further information about the membership and purpose of the CMEH can be found on the ‘About’ page.
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15/08/2015 18:00 - 15/08/2015 19:30
Saturday 15th August, 6.00 pm, Truro Cathedral
This summer, the National Youth Choirs of Great Britain are creating the biggest youth choral festival in the UK:NYCGB Summerfest. Throughout July and August, more than 500 of the nation's best young singers will be coming together as part of NYCGB ensembles to give performances of a huge range of choral music at theatres, concert halls and cathedrals in seven counties. In creating Summerfest, we've been inspired by the festival ethos of creativity, openness and having a good time. You can expect world premieres of new music by leading composers, collaborations with a wide range of artists from a variety of disciplines, and - of course - the great vibe that comes naturally with passionate music-making by talented young performers. Tickets start at just £5 for under 25s,
West meets West: a musical journey from Cornwall to the New World - 15th August
The National Youth Training Choir celebrates the musical heritage of western lands near and far in collaboration with the award-winning Crioch Quartet folk group. Featuring brand new arrangements based on Cornish and West Country heritage, the programme also travels across the sea to take in music from the New World cathedrals, early American shape-note music, African-American spirituals and the classic sound of US barbershop. Conducted by Robert Isaacs and Chris Hann.
Friday 11th September, 7.30 - An Evening with Tamsin Little
Saturday 12th September 11.30 - Young musicians coffee concert
Saturday 12th September 7.30 - Crispian Steele-Perkins
The National Children's Orchestras of Great Britain are inviting children aged 7–13 (age on 31 December 2015) to audition this autumn for a place in one of the 2016 NCO orches ... Continue reading →
Friday 16th October 2015, 4.30pm-6.30pm and
Saturday 17th October 2015, 10.00am-4.00pm
Truro High School, TR1 2HU
This exciting opportunity is open to 16+ students.
This is an opportunity for you to develop your own work on vocal compositions for BTEC, GCSE or A level or for person ... Continue reading →
Join NYCGB Deputy Musical Director Esther Jones for a vocal workshop, experience what it’s like to
sing with NYCGB and perform an exciting repertoire. This workshop will help to demystify the choi ... Continue reading →
The education initiative EXPLORE CLASSICAL MUSIC! allows up to 500 schools and universities to discover the world of classical music every year. With EXPLORE CLASSICAL MUSIC! your school or university will have access to the extensive ar ... Continue reading →
Cornwall Music Education Hub – Minority Instrument Bursary Scheme
The CMEH recognises that a range of musical instruments are needed to make up an orchestra but some instruments, known as ‘Minority Instruments’ or ‘Endangered Species’ are not as popular. As a result, it is often not possible for students to learn these particular instruments in a group lesson and indivi ... Continue reading →