The Hallé’s Education Programme exists to create a wider enjoyment and understanding of music in all sectors of the community, especially those who do not traditionally come to the concert hall, by providing a range of unique opportunities to participate in music and other creative art forms.
The focus of the award-winning programme is mainly on Greater Manchester but we also work in the other areas of the North West and beyond where the Hallé performs regularly, such as Nottingham and Sheffield, and in adjacent regions to Greater Manchester, such as Cheshire. It reaches over 71,000 participants a year principally by placing Hallé musicians in the community, in schools, youth clubs, community centres and young offenders organisations.
We’re also an Arts Award Supporter.
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If you have any questions about our projects or like to find out how you can get involved, please contact the Education team on firstname.lastname@example.org
The Hallé Education core programme is comprised of three projects and was established in order to maintain a strategic delivery throughout AGMA (Association of Greater Manchester). Explore the projects below.
Schools & Teachers
Halle Education runs a wide variety of curriculum support sessions for schools and teachers, from pre-schools right through to Higher Education. Explore the links below on the available workshops, courses...
The Hallé has been committed to the development of young musicians since Sir Charles Hallé's day and provides opportunities for students from secondary schools through to postgraduate studies to receive...
The Hallé recognises the power of music and the arts to engage with everyone. You may not be able to travel to the concert hall but music and the Hallé...
Concerts for Families
Every year, the Hallé performs family-themed concerts based around seasonal events and popular children’s books, often with audience participation at their heart. Family Concert The Hallé performs specially designed concerts...
Able Orchestra The Able Orchestra was a special project that enabled two groups of young people from Fountaindale School in Mansfield and Outwood Academy, Portland in Worksop to work alongside...
The term gamelan refers to certain types of orchestra from Indonesia. Most gamelan ensembles are largely made up of tuned percussion instruments. The Hallé's set is typical of those found...