Young people and music research study showcased by Musical Progressions Roundtable

Ruth Herbert has been invited to share findings from her nationwide British Academy-funded study of young people’s subjective experiences of music outside school at the next meeting of the Musical Progressions Roundtable later this month. The MPR is a network of individuals and organisations which aims to ensure a nationally efficient and coordinated music education by building and maintaining an England-wide consortium of people, organisations and skills, focused on how children and young people’s musical progression can most effectively be supported and their talent and potential realised. To date, the initiative has attracted support and involvement from a diverse array of music educators, institutions and stakeholders including the Royal Academy of Music, Trinity Guildhall, Goldsmiths College, ACE, NAME, NYJC, ABRSM, The Arts Council and The Sage Gateshead. The meeting will take place on the 27th June, 9.30am – 4pm at the offices of the Musicians Benevolent Fund, near Kings Cross Station, London. To find out more about the young people and music study, visit the project website

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