Welcome to our virtual Music Room.
Please take a look through the Music web page as there are a number of online children's events that you and your family may enjoy.
Some are free to access.
ALSO...please take a look & listen to some amazing music work the children have sent in.
At Southwood we value music education because it is a unique form of communication and expression.
We aim to develop sensitivity and creative ability in all pupils.
We seek to engage and inspire pupils to develop a love of music, to increase their self-confidence, creativity and sense of achievement.
At Southwood Primary School we aim to provide:
London Youth Choir Auditions
The London Youth Choir is holding auditions for anyone aged 3-22 years of age.
Auditions open on Monday 19th of April.
If you would like to audition and be a part of any of the groups please see the website below.
The Sofa Singers is an online singing event from James Sills and his team that brings hundreds of people together from around the world to spark joy and human connection.
The song this week is...
'You Can't Hurry Love'
by The Supremes
Tuesday 13th April, 7.30pm
Friday 16th April, 11am
Take a look at some of the work the children have sent in.
Thank you for your hard work and imagination!
These music recordings are amazing!
Online Events for Children
Royal College of Music - Events for Children
Suitable for: Age 8-11
This Easter, we are thrilled to invite you to join us on Zoom to make sensational music!
We’ll be presenting discoveries from the RCM Museum with dramatic workshops and creative arts and crafts.
All will culminate in a spectacular show!
This course runs from 10am on 13, 14 and 15 April.
Conductive Music is offering FREE Music Technology classes in the afternoons from 4pm to children in Y4 to Y8.
The classes have proved popular and have been extended until Easter.
There are 2 different sessions to choose from.
Click on the 'Register' button in the flyer for more information.
Steps to learning this song:
1. make sure you have a copy of the lyrics (song words)
2. listen to the song track
3. go through the words/lyrics while you listen to the track again.
4. practise singing through/matching your voice bit by bit to the song
5. pause the track if you have to and make sure that what you are singing or saying is the same.
Check to make sure you understand and look up any difficult or unfamiliar words in the song.
Please take a look at the Music Service website for instrumental, singing and other musical tuition.
The Music Service website is constantly updated with resources and useful links for schools and for children working at home.
Resources can be found under the tab: ‘Resources’ and 'Music at home'.