Devon Music Education Hub

About the Hub...

Devon Music Education Hub is a collaboration between all schools, music teachers, services and practitioners in the County, aiming together to make musical opportunities available, affordable, enjoyable and beneficial to every young person in Devon. The Hub is led by Babcock LDP Music Service, governed by a board with representatives from many organisations, and includes all schools and providers of musical opportunities for young people in Devon. This site will help you to find out about:
* opportunities for young people, from weekly ensembles to concerts and events.
* CPD (continual professional development) and training opportunities, no matter what your speciality.
* musical instruments available to hire for both schools and individual pupils.
* the partners and associates that make up the Hub.
This is your Hub, and our job is to make it work for you. We would really appreciate your feedback on this website - please help by filling out our website feedback form. If you would like to receive regular updates about musical opportunities for young people in Devon please sign up to our DMEH mailing list.
Date: Friday, February 3, 2017 - 08:45

The music education Hubs of Cornwall, Devon, Plymouth and Torbay are once again collaborating to present the 2017 conference.

Date: Wednesday, February 8, 2017 - 16:30

An accessible music technology professional development session, with opportunities to network and share experiences and development needs with peers who support students with SEN/D

Date: Wednesday, October 19, 2016 - 10:30 to Monday, November 7, 2016 - 10:30

We've decided to postpone our Devon Ten Pieces Orchestra event so we can maximise the number of young musicians and schools taking part.

Date: Saturday, November 5, 2016 - 10:00

Are you a young double reed player? Come and join others from across Devon for an inspirational day of workshops and performances with support from the principal bassoon and oboe players from the BSO!

Supported using public funding by Department for Education and Arts Council England