The music hubs were established in 2012 to support English schools in the delivery of instrument tuition and other music projects. Though seven years on, there remains much debate about the role and remit of the hubs, and the lead organisations who run them. We review the debate and look at how best practice music hubs have innovated to deliver more to their local schools and young music makers.
With Bradley Smith from Leicestershire Music Hub; Bridget Whyte from Music Mark; Hannah Fouracre from Arts Council England; John Bergin from Newham Music; and Peter Chivers from Brighton & Hove Music & Arts.
This session is part of The CMU+TGE Music Education Conference.