RVW resources for Music Teachers
A new programme produced by the Music Teachers’ Association, has been set up to provide resources for teaching about the work of Ralph Vaughan Williams, from Early Years Foundation Stage through to Key Stage 5.
Each resource has been produced by a different practitioner and tailored to the relevant age group, so while they have a shared aim in using the music of Vaughan Williams as a starting point, they are quite different in format. Importantly, it has been borne in mind that lessons for the early key stages may be delivered by a non-music specialist.
Teaching resources are available completely free of charge to all schools and organisations running education projects and can be downloaded from the MTA. #RVW150
The programme was initiated and supported by the Vaughan Williams Charitable Trust.
Once more to the mouths of the people
On 12–13 November 2022, the Vaughan Williams Memorial Library’s conference considers Ralph Vaughan Williams in his 150th anniversary year and examines his relationship with folk song.Read More
New Commissions for RVW150
Throughout the 150th anniversary celebrations a special series of new works inspired by RVW’s music, ideas, or life, are being performed round the country.Read More
Launch of the Vaughan Williams Foundation
12 October 2022, the exact 150th anniversary of the composer's birth, saw the launch of a new charity founded to honour the legacy of Ralph and Ursula Vaughan Williams.Read More