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Welcome to Merton Music Foundation - lead partner for the Merton Music Education Hub

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New to Music Centre Groups

If your child is new this term to one or more of our groups, please contact the MMF office to set up an account.
Tel 0208 640 5446

Vacancy - MMF Music Centre Support Assistant

We are looking for an individual to support our Music Centre activities, starting ASAP.
Please follow link below for details:

The Cool Web Performance - with Young Voices

Saturday, 11 November, 2017 - 15:00

Saturday 11th November, The Cool Web performance:
3pm – 4pm rehearsal
8pm concert
Venue: Sacred Heart Church, Edge Hill, SW19 4LU

This is the first concert of the Wimbledon International Music Festival. The children are opening the event with a set of WW1 songs and a new piece by Adam Saunders. They are then singing 3 short sections in The Cool Web, a piece for baritone soloists, choir and orchestra by Jools Scott.

There will be a rehearsal the night before, Friday 10th November, 5pm – 6pm at St John’s Church, Spencer Hill, SW19 4NZ.

Vacancy - MMF Senior Curriculum Leader

We are looking for a Senior Curriculum Leader to join our team in January 2018.
Please follow link below for more information.

Setting up your on-line account - for existing accounts

As many of you will know, Merton Music Foundation has changed its computer system from the middle of July and most existing accounts are now fully accessible online.

However the common problems with registering seem to be:

1)        The email address we have for you is incorrect; therefore you didn’t receive your invoice by email or the link to set up your account

2)        The original link we sent is only valid for 3 days, so if you didn’t register when you received the link in July you need a new link

MMF at Harris Morden!

Merton Music Foundation spent the day with Year 8 students at Harris Morden.

Watch our short video about the visit. Lots more at

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