Do you know of a music teacher who makes lessons truly exciting? Somebody who works all the h
ours for his or her students? Well, Classic FM has teamed up with Yamaha, Avid and the Musicians Union to give you the opportunity to reward a special music teacher who has made the greatest difference to the musical life of their students.
As well as recognizing primary and secondary school music teachers, the awards also pay tribute to peripatetic and private music teachers, and those who work with children with special needs. And for those who have made music teaching their life’s work, there’s an award for Lifetime Achievement.
The six winning teachers from the categories listed above will each receive thousands of pounds worth of musical instruments and equipment from Yamaha and Avid software for themselves, their schools or music services.
The awards will be presented at the MFY Schools Prom over three nights at the Royal Albert Hall, London on 12–14 November 2012.
Find out how you can nominate your teacher at: http://www.classicfm.com/musicteacher