As we welcome 2022, we also welcome the return to live music-making and performance across the Music Generation network. We are delighted to share news and opportunities for children and young people, musician educators and the wider arts community across the Music Generation nationwide network.
Wishing all of our Music Generation Friends a very happy and safe 2022!
Up Skill: AMP Course for Music Generation Musician Educators
Music Generation South Dublin presents a new and unique programme where participants learn interactively with industry professionals who demystify the world of audio technology using software that’s available to anyone.
Course Starts: Week of 31st January 2022 (various days/times/levels)
DDLETB as Lead Partner for Music Generation Fingal, wishes to recruit an Administrator to assist the Music Generation Development Officer with the organisation, promotion and day-to-day running of Music Generation performance music education programmes in Fingal County.
"In 2021 I received a Quercus Performing Arts Scholarship with University College Cork. Because of my Music Generation experience, it bulked up my portfolio. All the workshops, all the tutorship, the teaching - anything that I had in my portfolio was because of Music Generation"
Music Generation Alumni, Cork City
#Wherearetheynow? Music Generation alumni campaign continues and this month we are going to Music Generation Cork City to hear from the talented brass player Amy O'Callaghan and her #Musicgenerationjourney.
Now a third year Irish and Music student at University College Cork, Amy has experienced the Music Generation Cork City brass programme from a beginner student to apprentice tutor, to now being a vital part of their strategic planning panel, mapping out the direction of programming over the next five years. Amy's story is certainly one to be celebrated. We hope you enjoy it!
Our sincere thanks to Amy for sharing her inspirational story with us. For more, check out our social media and follow #Musicgenerationjourney.
Performance: IAYO 26th Festival of Youth Orchestras
Music Generation Louth Senior Strings Orchestra will perform at the IAYO 26th Festival of Youth Orchestras at the National Concert Hall in Dublin City Centre. The festival will also feature performances from the Irish Midlands Youth Orchestra and Queen’s University Symphony Orchestra and many others.
Tickets are now available to book on www.NCH.ie. A family friendly event not to be missed!
Performance: Music Generation Roscommon 'Sunday Sounds'
Music Generation Roscommon presents 'Sunday Sounds' in association with Roscommon Arts Centre. This series of performances will celebrate the next generation of Roscommon musicians. The first performance takes place on the 20th February 2022. Young musicians will be joined on stage by local musicians and musician educators.