Take on the 2021 music quest
MusiQuest is free and available for all of you to enjoy!
A new level will be released each week up to half term, and once live, each level will remain available (so there's no need to worry that you've missed a level if you haven't yet completed Challenge 1). This week's level has just gone live and can be found at MusiQuest2021 | Nottingham Music Hub
Will you rise to the challenge?
Let's get Old Basford School on the leader board!
Christmas in the City
Thursday 17th December 7pm
free online Christmas carol concert
Oh, the weather outside is frightful
But I’ve found something quite delightful
If you’ve got no place to go
Sit at home
Sit at home
And watch the show!
Please click on the link below (see photos for help)
GladTidings We Bring
Nottingham City Council are using children's artwork during their yearly Christmas event and have asked schools to get involved!
Check out our certificate below!
Summer Holiday Music Quest 2020
I am very excited to tell you about MusiQuest 2020- The Search for the Lost Chord!
The children had so much fun learning the song Bethandaza, well done everyone!
Exciting news Nottingham Music School has provided us with some online lessons and resources!
Why not check them out! Try out ‘Making Music Without Instruments’, click on the link and see the pictures below.www.nottinghammusichub.org.uk/digital-lessons
Music Highlights from 2019-2020
March Area Band Week 2020
Well done to those children who performed during the area bands annual celebration on Tuesday 10th of March. Miss Hillary was singing your praises, telling all who would listen what a fabulous performance you put on.
Well done for making Old Basford School PROUD!
Christmas in the City
Wednesday 11th December 2019
Wow what an evening!
The area band children had the exciting opportunity of performing on stage alongside other musicians from various Nottingham schools. They were able to put all their hard work and practice into this exciting performance at the Royal Concert Hall. The children proudly showcased their guitar skills to a full audience, but in particular their adults who had come to watch them and they were absolutely brilliant!
The children were impeccably behaved and made Old Basford PROUD! They had such fun when they were on stage playing their guitars and really got into the swing of it. They soaked up the atmosphere and immersed themselves into everything that was on offer during the evening. They were seen nodding their heads, tapping their feet and hands to the beat, what a joy to see. Furthermore, got to hear one of the finalists from a school choir competition sing and they joined in with some well-known songs themselves.
A great night had by all!
Some kind words from Hanna Barrs from The Music Hubb
“The concert itself was a triumph - all of the choirs and ensembles made the stage their own and performed with a confidence beyond their years. It's impossible to pick out a highlight because the overall standard was so high: suffice it to say that feedback from the audience about every aspect of the concert has been extremely positive.”
Most of the pieces played during the concert were recorded, and we are going to include some of them in our Musical Advent Calendar please check out this link if you would like access to the songs that were sung and performed.