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Join Will, founder of Grooveline Music Education as he explores the subject of music education and most importantly - how parents can support their child's music education, even if they are not musical themselves! 

Expect top tips, actionable advice, interviews with experts, sharing of personal experience and maybe some humour along the way! 

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Highlights, clips and discussions about all that has been spoken about in season 1 of the podcast! We will be back in May with season 2! This episode is a great chance to catch up on the main themes of the first season and pick which episodes you want to listen to in full! www.groovelinemusiceducation.com@groovelinemusiceducation on social media!Looking for your next move as a music educator? Perhaps you want to start a new chapter in your career, build a new lifestyle after ye...
A midweek bonus episode... a really quick guide to reading TAB (short for tablature) for fretted, stringed instruments such as the guitar, bass, ukulele, mandolin, banjo etc! www.groovelinemusiceducation.com@groovelinemusiceducation on social media!Looking for your next move as a music educator? Perhaps you want to start a new chapter in your career, build a new lifestyle after years on the road, or you're looking for the opportunity to create your own business but don't know where to st...
In this episode of Heard It Through The Grooveline, host Will Bennett, founder of Grooveline Music Education, is joined by Joana, an expert in sound painting and improvisation. Joana shares her journey from aspiring to be a doctor to becoming a professional musician, emphasizing the transition from classical training to exploring jazz and improvisation. The discussion delves into sound painting, a unique technique for musical improvisation developed by Walter Thompson, explaining its principl...
In this episode of 'Heard It Through The Grooveline,' host Will Bennett, founder of Grooveline Music Education, converses with Katie Verner, the owner of Little Music Stars, about the importance of early childhood music education. Katie shares her journey from musical theatre to founding Little Music Stars, highlighting the organization's unique approach to making music education engaging for children and their parents by incorporating diverse music genres and interactive activities. They dis...
In this episode of Heard It Through The Grooveline, host Will Bennett and guest Tiziana from Music Tree School discuss strategies for supporting children's musical education, regardless of parental musical knowledge. Tiziana shares her journey from studying in Venice to teaching in London, highlighting the importance of enjoyment in learning music, the challenges of rigid educational systems, and her personal experience with ADHD affecting her musical journey. The conversation delves into inn...
Lucy Dunkley shares her experience of nurturing her children's musical talents and her involvement with deaf musicians through the charity, Audiovisibility. She discusses the importance of creating a musical environment, early music education, the dedication required, and the role of a supportive music teacher. She also highlights Audiovisibility's work in making classical music accessible and its potential benefits for all children, regardless of hearing ability.www.groovelinemusiceducation....
In this episode of Heard It Through The Grooveline, the speaker, Will Bennett, the founder of the Grooveline Music Education, tackles the basics of music theory. He highlights the importance of understanding music theory for parents to support their child's musical education even if they are not musically inclined. He explores the fundamental concepts, such as how music notation represents pitch and rhythm, the use of different clefs, and the difference between treble and bass clefs. He also ...
It is mid Feb and around 6 weeks since we set our goals and targets for the year. Whether you've achieved, exceeded or not even started your goals, this 6 week check in is designed to help! www.groovelinemusiceducation.com@groovelinemusiceducation on social media!Looking for your next move as a music educator? Perhaps you want to start a new chapter in your career, build a new lifestyle after years on the road, or you're looking for the opportunity to create your own business but don't k...
In this episode of Heard It Through The Grooveline, founder Will Bennett explains the importance of putting music learning into a group context, particularly in a band environment. He shares his personal experiences of playing in a band during his teenage years and how it improved his confidence and gave him a purpose. Bennett suggests that parents should encourage their children who are learning music to also play in a group. He explains the technical benefits, including improving their skil...
"Understanding and Managing Music Performance Anxiety in Children" is a podcast episode featuring Amanda Bond from Sound Mind. Bond discusses the topic of music performance anxiety in children and its prevalence, not just among older teenagers as initially thought, but also in younger ones from as young as four years old. Defining performance not just as an act on a stage with an audience, but also as the simple act of playing music, she explains the difference between stage fright and music ...
5 Fun Rhythm Games for Musical Learning at HomeIn this episode, the host provides five interactive rhythm games that listeners can play at home to improve their rhythm, which is a fundamental part of music. The games are designed for both kids and adults and incorporate various techniques such as assigning words to different rhythm patterns to make them easier to understand and remember. The host also emphasizes that rhythm can be learned, even if it initially seems difficult. Specific games ...
Heard It Through The Grooveline | Episode: Music Education with Will Bennett & Will SavageIn this episode of 'Heard It Through The Grooveline', host Will Bennett, founder of Grooveline Music Education, converses with home educator Will Savage about his journey in music and the importance of parental involvement in a child's musical learning. During the conversation, Will Savage shares insights on how he pivoted to online lessons during the pandemic, how he assesses learners in a home scho...
In this episode, Will discusses the importance of designing practice routines and the power of taking consistent, small actions in order to achieve musical goals. It provides guidance on how to structure practice sessions, including the frequency of practice, the length of practice sessions, and the importance of breaking down music pieces into smaller sections for focused improvement.www.groovelinemusiceducation.com@groovelinemusiceducation on social media!Looking for your next move as a mus...
I asked AI to write this description. I think it sounds a little O.T.T. but apparently will be good for SEO, so here goes..."Embrace the Rhythm: Unleashing Your Potential in Musical Instrument Studies"Join Will Bennett, the visionary founder of Grooveline Music Education, as he takes you on a mind-bending journey through the electrifying world of musical education. In this dynamic podcast episode, aptly titled "Progress, Discipline, and Goal Setting For Your Musical Instrument Studies," Will ...
In this Christmas Episode of Heard It Through The Grooveline, Will Bennett shares his thoughts on the Duolingo app's new music feature and talks about the benefits of using it, especially during the holidays when children may be busy with other activities. The episode also highlights the gamification aspect of learning and how it can make music education more engaging. Will recommends trying out Duolingo's music feature and encourages parents to learn alongside their children.00:02 Introducti...
In this guest episode of Heard It Through The Grooveline, Will Bennett, and guest Jane James, founder and director of Inspiration at Little Voices talk about Jane's journey from a childhood curiosity in music to her career in music and education. The conversation also includes discussion on how parents can support their child's musical education, keeping children motivated in music, and the impact of performing arts on children's confidence levels.www.groovelinemusiceducation.com@groovelinemu...
In this episode, the host, Will Bennett, interviews Tim Bennett-Hart, an experienced music educator, and CEO of RSL Awards. They discuss the importance of music education, the impact of progressive mastery teaching, the role of technology in learning, and insights on supporting children's journey in music. Also covered are the elements of their approach to creating music syllabi and the role of structured learning, such as grades, in motivating and guiding students. Tim offers actionable tips...
In this episode of "Heard It Through The Grooveline," Will Bennett, founder of Grooveline Music Education, interviews Pete Roth, a musician, educator and founder of Roth Academy. They discuss the evolution and benefits of blended and flipped learning approaches in music education, focusing on the importance of making the learning process fun and relevant for children. Pete also explains the importance of understanding that every child has a different learning pace and preferences. The c...
In this FAQ feature episode of Heard It Through The Grooveline, Will Bennett answers a question about grade exams in music. In the episode, Will discusses music grades, starting from grade one up to grade eight. He also provides insights into the possibilities and preferences for different types of musical examinations. He underlines that learning music should not be just about grades but about enjoying and learning the skills. The segment also touches upon exam strategies, prepara...
In this episode, Will discusses the multiple benefits of musical education for children, both expected and unexpected. He draws upon studies to back up his points about its benefits for cognitive abilities, behavior, and overall well-being. Will also talks about 'head fake learning' where children learn useful life skills while believing they're just learning music. The episode ends with an actionable tip for parents on building a personal connection between children and their chosen musical ...
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