We run music events for children, sometimes with their families, often in collaboration with other musical organisations. This page contains details of upcoming events. You can also see and hear highlights from some of our past music events below.
To find out more about any of the events listed, please
10 October 2018
About the event: This event, for blind and partially-sighted visitors. The event will use description, handling and music to bring the Indian treasures to life from the exhibition Splendours of the Subcontinent. Featuring Baluji Shrivastav OBE, one of the greatest sitarists to come out of India. The event has been arranged in partnership with the RNIB Music Advisory Service. For more information please visit the ‘Royal Collection Trust website'.
Where: The Queen's Gallery, Buckingham Palace, London, SW1A 1AA
When: 10:30 – 12:30
Cost: This is a free event!
Who is the event for: Blind and Partially Sighted Adult Visitors
How to book: Booking is essential to attend. For more information please contact the Learning booking team on +44 (0)303 123 7323
20 October 2018
About the event: A combination of information and practical support. The cost of the day includes lunch and all refreshments. All those attending will receive free, the book 'Music, other Performing Arts and Dyslexia', the BDA’s 2018 Dyslexia Handbook as well as handouts from the day including a booklet about reasonable adjustments in music exams. You will receive a certificate of attendance.
Where: Morley College, 60 Westminster Bridge Rd., Lambeth, London, SE1 7HT
When: 10am – 5pm with registration starting at 9:15am.
Earlybird (before 1 August) £60
After 1 August £65
Students & unwaged £30 (limited numbers)
Who is the event for: Classroom practitioners at any level (pre-school; primary; secondary; FE and HE) Instrumental and voice teachers Parents and guardians of dyslexic pupils Dyslexic musicians – indeed... Anyone involved with music Remember - dyslexia-aware approaches are good for all musicians!
Apply by: 20 September 2018
How to book:
Email: [email protected]
Tel: 0333 405 4565
24 October 2018
More information coming soon
25 and 26 April 2019
This meeting is being hosted by Association Valentin HAüY for the blind. For more information please visit ‘the HAüY website’.
More information, including cost and registration will follow shortly.
Details of future events for children, young people and families will be added here soon. Please bookmark this page and check back soon or email [email protected] for further information.
If you would like to be kept up-to-date with details of our workshops for blind and partially sighted musicians working, or seeking work in music, please contact [email protected]
For information on our past events for adults and children, take a look at our past events page.
In 2012, RNIB's partnership with the Handel House Museum was the subject of a short film, created by Mediatrust as part of their Untold Stories series. The film describes how staff at the Handel House have brought the museum alive through touch tours and music workshops for blind and partially sighted musicians of all ages. RNIB would like to thank the Handel House Museum and Mediatrust for the opportunity to tell this story. You can watch the video below.
Download the Untold Stories video transcript, (Word, 33KB).
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