Music in the Round

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Come In!


The Come In! project takes various combinations of Ensemble 360 musicians into junior and special needs schools across South Yorkshire. These performances engage over 2,000 young people each year. Each performance has a specific theme or story, previously including Folk Around the Globe, Lullabyhulabaloo, Over the Rainbow and Music and Mood.  
We provide teachers’ resource packs for schools, aiming to stimulate activity in class before and after the visit. We are proud to target schools involved with Sheffield Music Service’s Wider Opportunities programme to develop the long-lasting benefits of the project. 

We take professional musicians into schools across South Yorkshire to run a variety of inventive projects, in particular aiming to provide activity for children who might not otherwise have the chance to encounter music in this way.

Recently we have run interactive workshops with the tabla player Kuljit Bhamra in junior and special schools and at the University of Sheffield; worked with film-maker Katie Goodwin and oboist Adrian Wilson to enable 60 primary-school children to make their very own Transformations film and soundtrack; and shared Children’s Commissions with hundreds of children in their classrooms alongside members of Ensemble 360.

Watch Watercliffe Meadow School’s Transformations video on YouTube!

The crossover between Come In! and Music in the Round’s core concert series means that participants and their schools and families can often be seen attending our concerts as well as taking part in the classroom. We make efforts to encourage this, and to draw links between the two that help to illuminate both.

Autumn Season 2017
Autumn Season 2017

Booking Open 22 July

All you need to know, right here.
All you need to know, right here.
Listen to our Autumn 2017 playlist!
Listen to our Autumn 2017 playlist!
Learn the Songs & Buy the Books!
Learn the Songs & Buy the Books!

Buy the Stan and Mabel book and soundtrack in our online shop.

Arts Award
Arts Award

Music in the Round is an Arts Award supporter. Find out more here.