Music: Teachers to go online

4th September 2009 at 01:00
"World's Ultimate Music Lesson"

Teachers are being asked to go online to take part in the "World's Ultimate Music Lesson", streamed live at lunchtime next Thursday, September 10. A host of recognisable faces from the music industry have each recorded three-minute segments that will form part of the lesson, including Slash, Damon Albarn, the Hoosiers, DJ Yoda and VV Brown. The lesson will be launched live from Twyford High School in Acton, west London, and will be streamed to as many children in years 7, 8 and 9 in as many schools as possible. Schools wanting to get involved should contact yearofmusic@freud.com.

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