At this time of crisis in music education, its good to know what our musical 'elite' think music teachers do in their classes. Andrew Lloyd Webber is the latest to portray his complete ignorance about music education in our schools. Here's a short extract from his interview on Sky News: His musicals have been seen by millions and, like his brother, he is particularly keen on making music more accessible to youngsters. Andrew said: "The most important thing is that they have access to music. "Probably far too often what's happened in the last 15 years is there's been a token music class and the teacher just chucks on a CD and leaves them to it." Perhaps someone could find out when the last time he visited a school music department and spent some time seeing what actually goes on?