Sounding out on music survey

18th February 2011 at 00:00

Academics at the Institute of Education are to carry out a major survey of music education available to young people in London. Mayor Boris Johnson has commissioned the review to see why some young people are missing out on the chance to develop their musical talents.

Music teachers can respond to the online survey until 15 March.

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