Our education & participation programme
Ex Cathedra runs an extensive education & participation programme, comprising four Academy of Vocal Music choirs for singers aged between 3 and 18, and projects for Music Education Hubs, schools, hospitals and community groups. The work is created and delivered by an award-winning team of Vocal Tutors and accompanists, under the leadership of Director of Education Rebecca Ledgard. All the Vocal Tutors sing with, or have sung with, Ex Cathedra, and amongst the team are qualified teachers, singing teachers, conductors and workshop leaders, with a huge range of skills and experiences in choral work, schools, healthcare and community settings across the UK and internationally.
“You lit up the school, not just for the week, but for the entire year.”
Stephen Holroyd, Principal, Shrewsbury International School, Bangkok
FOR SCHOOLS & MUSIC HUBS
For the whole primary school community. At the heart of the project, children are trained to be Song Leaders.
Purchase: resource packs, Music Education Hub workshop & activity packages
Songs and singing games to support literacy & numeracy in the primary school classroom.
Purchase: Book with CD, Music Education Hub workshop & activity packages
Music, resources and support for singing for all ages from babies to young teenagers
Purchase: CDs, songbooks, big sing activities
FOR HEALTH & WELLBEING
Singing play for children in hospital
Purchase: Singing Medicine CD
Singing for stroke patients in hospital, as well as adults with dementia
If you have any queries or would like more information, please contact Myriam Toumi: 0121 616 3412, firstname.lastname@example.org
Meet the education & participation team
If you would like to make a donation to support our work we would be very grateful. If you wish to do so by sending a cheque, please make it payable to “Ex Cathedra Limited” and let us know which project you would like to support. And do spread the word!
“You only have to spend five minutes in a room with an Ex Cathedra vocal tutor and you’ll want to sing!”
Howard Goodall CBE, National Singing Ambassador 2007-11