Music Hub

Lincolnshire Music Service is the lead organisation of the Lincolnshire Music Education Hub which was launched in 2012. There are around 121 Music Education Hubs across the country which consist of groups of organisations working together to create a joined-up approach to music education within each locality. Hubs receive central Department for Education funding which is brokered and managed by Arts Council England.

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The Hub's delivery partners include schools, professional music organisations, higher and further education institutions and other Arts Council funded organisations; coming together to present a joined-up approach to music education.

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Lincolnshire schools and academies are invited to apply for grants of between £500 and £2,000 to fund bespoke projects that meet the core requirements of the National Plan for Music Education.

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The Lincolnshire Music Education Hub is united to achieve the highest quality music provision for children and young people. Take a look and see what we've achieved...

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The Lincolnshire Music Education Hub is delighted to announce the shortlist for the Lincolnshire Music Education Hub Award for Young Music Maker of 2019. The Hub Awards, launched in 2015, celebrate musical achievement and recognise the individuals and schools making an outstanding contribution to music in Lincolnshire. The Young Music Maker nominees have all excelled in their local and regional music communities and they need your support to secure this prestigious award. Online voting is now open and the deadline for voting is Friday 7th June 2019.

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