Ensemble is the termly magazine of the Music Teachers’ Association – a premium publication featuring exclusive content, resources and comment about music education. In 2017 it was shortlisted for Association Magazine of the Year.
Media & Publications Manager
from The Editor
Ensemble magazine is an award-nominated termly publication reflecting the most inspiring resources relevant for those working in the UK and international schools worldwide. We try to publish as much exclusive content as possible, including interviews with those working at the forefront of music education; in schools, with policy-makers and internationally renowned artists, composers and teachers. We try to get a different angle from other publications and a more personal response from every person we talk to. Music Education is very personal to those who are passionate about the way they deliver it, connect with each student on an individual or class level and so we like to dig a little deeper in to the experience of each teacher we talk to. We hope that you appreciate this angle to our publishing that makes Ensemble worthy of a long-term place on your bookshelf.
Ensemble is delivered to every Music Teachers’ Association member as well as key music education personnel across the UK.
Inspiring Music Teachers
- In-depth articles from research experts who support our work
- Helpful advice on instruments from our corporate members such as Haworth’s, Yamaha, Dawsons and Roland
- Regular sections such as Music Tours and Music Tech with great tips for teachers
- The latest Publications, Scores & Recorded releases reviewed and highlighted
Reflecting on Music Curriculum
- Advice for new music teachers, PGCE and NQT from James Manwaring
- Up to date reports from experienced music teachers on what is working in the classroom
- Regular commentary on curriculum policy from our Curriculum Leads, Catherine Barker & Steven Beryman
- Commentary on school partnerships from our Partnerships Lead, Tim Garrard
Resourcing Music Teachers
- Exclusive conversations with teachers from a variety of backgrounds in state, independent, instrumental and administrative positions
- Panel discussions and debates that give every side of the story
- Lesson plans and practical tips for teaching