Music Educators: Charanga Music Professional




Instrumental and vocal teachers have great variety in the kind of work they do. Over a working week it’s common for teachers to do all of these activities:

  • Whole-class teaching of up to 30 children at a time
  • Small group and 1-2-1 teaching
  • Running ensembles – bands, orchestras, choirs
  • Preparing children and young people for music exams
  • Working with school teaching colleagues on school performances
  • Completing the paperwork – reports and assessment
  • Working as a professional musician

Music Educators who are familiar with teaching large classes of up to 30 enthusiastic young instrumentalists at a time will know the importance of using stimulating and highly visual resources.

With laptops and iPads becoming tools of the trade for modern music teachers, our online Charanga Music Professional programme provides thousands of resources at your fingertips for use online or offline.

Choose a particular discipline to find out more and check out some of the Music Professional teaching resources.


If you teach for Lancashire Music Service you will most likely already have a full licence and login to this programme and can log in at the top of the page.

If you don’t have a login and would like to try out Music Professional please email info@charanga.com


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