Schools

The Big Noise!

The Big Noise is an annual event, bringing children together to work at greater depth to make fabulous music and experience the joy of ensemble playing. FREE for instrumentalists in Years 3-7, the Big Noise involves string, wind, brass, recorders, guitar and percussion players of all abilities in the creation of a local schools’ orchestra.

 

Big Noise 2018- 278 musicians in an enormous Bucks schools orchestra.

Big Noise 2017 – 260 young musicians came together for play, passion and performance!

“The best day of my life”- one child from St. Michaels Catholic School

Sing, Perform, Inspire!

CMA have been working with Primary Schools to bring quality music making to all. Children from year two to year six, regardless of ability or experience, meet with others from their year group at a host school, where they enjoy a day of music and fun, culminating in a short concert. It is wonderful to witness the quality of performance achieved in such a short session.

  • Sing – learn to create, maintain and communicate fabulous singing to an audience
  • Perform – share your music with the Head Teachers and Governors of your school
  • Inspire – return to school, inspired to continue to engage in music with enthusiasm

The final performance is video recorded, enabling schools to share in the success and achievement of their students in assembly or via the school website. A flavour of the incredible results can be seen in the following videos:

Year 6 October 2018
Year 4 June 2018

Year 3 April 2018

Year 2 March 2018

Year 5 January 2018

Year 6 October 2017

Year 2 March 2017

Year 4 March 2017

Year 6, October 2016

Get involved!

Sing Perform Inspire events for the coming academic year:

  • 12th October – Year 6
  • 25th January – Year 5
  • 22nd March – Year 2
  • 26th April – Year 3
  • 7th June – Year 4

If your school would like to be involved, drop us an email at office@chilternmusicacademy.org Let us inspire you to inspire your school!

I really loved singing with an orchestra. It made me more confident!” – year four child from Kingswood School