The Music Education Expo 2013 is being held at the Barbican Centre in London on the 20th-21st March.
Music Sales and its key education businesses will have a major presence across the conference, with workshops, presentations, seminars and opportunities to talk to experts in the field.
Come and visit the Music Sales team at this year’s Expo where we’ll be offering:
- Four exhibition stands including Rhinegold Education, Musicroom.com, the new digital education business MusicFirst and Finale.
- Engaging workshops, presentations and seminars across both days from speakers including David Ashworth, Inspire Works‘ Mike Simpson and Music Sales’ own Dr Jim Frankel
There will also be a special conference discount offer of 10% off on all resources available from the Musicroom.com stand.
Rhinegold Education – Stand E3
The UK’s leading provider of secondary music education resources will have a stand showcasing its full range of titles. Rhinegold are also sponsoring a seminar with David Ashworth and a Samba workshop with Mike Simpson.
Offering teachers and students easy-to-use and affordable cloud-based music education services, MusicFirst’s suite of carefully selected software products address all the key areas of music education.
Find out more about the MusicFirst stand here.
Click here to watch a special interview with Dr Frankel about his Expo seminar.
The world’s largest online retailer of sheet music, tutor methods, instructional DVDs & videos, music software and instruments and accessories will be selling a wide range of resources for schools at a conference special offer 10% discount.
In addition to offering a wide range of Rhinegold Education’s resources for secondary schools, the Musicroom stand will also be stocking resources for primary and early year’s music learning, including:
You’ll be able to buy resources straight from the shelves, or if you’d like to place a larger order we can also arrange that.
For more than 25 years, Finale has been the world standard in music notation software, enabling composers, arrangers, musicians, teachers, students, and publishers to create, edit, print, and publish musical scores. With unequalled flexibility and ease-of-use, Finale has remained while other notation programs have come and gone.
Visit Tom Johnson from Finale on F6 to see a full demonstration – click here to find out more.
Find out more about the Finale stand here.
You can register for the event free of charge (click here) and view the conference programme by clicking the following link: Expo conference programme.