2024 Education Resources and Recordings
These resources have been produced by Proms and DaCapo Music Foundation (www.dacapo.co.uk). They are available for use by schools and families at no charge, although they should not be reproduced in any other format.
Our popular Teaching Video on Fanfares can be downloaded.
Additional Primary Videos
What is a Fanfare: https://youtu.be/ATrCymu21pI?si=UdfMcihGniiiUs7E
Examples of Fanfares: https://youtu.be/_2CQVF3XfDc?si=73DKkPyqkTqEEmyn
Compose your own Fanfare: https://youtu.be/GzsC7OWvy5E?si=5diGKvE4-GELw9qJ
The accompanying Information Pack is here. These can be used for both class teaching or individual learning.
Please note these are free to use but remain the copyright of Proms at St Jude's.
We are extremely grateful to Dorico for their support of our Fantastic Fanfares competition. Dorico are keen to support work in schools both in collaboration with Proms and directly and can be contacted via their website: https://www.steinberg.net/dorico/
Recordings of previous winning entries
2021: In Time – concert recording featuring Fantasia Orchestra
For the Teaching pack for In Time, which includes a range of cross-curricular resources write to email@example.com
2020 Proms at Home resources
Produced by musicians at home during the first lockdown in 2020
Teeny Prom 2020
An online music learning resource for primary age pupils. Also suitable for small groups of learners, families and home learners. It centres in on a song called Celebration, which was inspired by the Eden Project’s Big Lunch initiative. Join the activities, learn the song and sing along with the recording!
Celebration Concert Video
Once you’ve learnt the song using the previous video sing along with this video and your family!
An online music learning activity for classes, small groups or home learners inspired by Stephen Hawking’s Time Travellers’ Party
Family concert featuring Magnard Ensemble