Learning music improves concentration, memory, imagination and the development of fine motor skills. The supportive environment of our group lessons enables children to grow in self-confidence as well as enhancing their listening, collaborative and non-verbal communication skills. Children show obvious pride in their own achievements, whilst celebrating their classmates’ skills and progress. It is also an energising and uplifting experience and a great way to make new friends!

All of our music courses for children and young people are delivered live over Zoom at the times listed below. You will get detailed instructions on how to join the class when you enrol, and technical help will be available if needed!

Training Choir

Junior Choir (6 – 8 yrs)

Saturdays, 10.00 - 10.40, 1st August - 29th August (5 weeks, £30)

Our lively Junior Choir has a great time developing singing and musicianship skills and making new friends. We sing in unison and in harmony (with no sheet music-reading required), accompanied and a cappella. Our enthusiastic and professional course leader Noah, will take the choir in to the online realm and prepare the group for a short performance in the final week. New members are always welcome!

Tutor: Noah Mosely

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Training Choir

Training Choir (9 – 13 yrs)

Saturdays, 11.00 - 11.40, 1st August - 29th August (5 weeks, £30)

Come and join our Training Choir and develop your singing and musicianship skills whilst working towards performances. There'll be a great mix of traditional, popular and classical music including singing in harmony, accompanied and a cappella. Our enthusiastic and professional course leader Noah, will take the choir in to the online realm and prepare the group for a short performance in the final week. New members are always welcome, so what are you waiting for?

Tutor: Noah Mosely

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Giulia Semerano

Exploring Music At Home (5 – 8 yrs)

Daily, 10.00 - 10.40, 3rd - 7th August (5 days, £52.50)

An opportunity for children and families to enjoy creative music making at home, discovering the world of sounds around us. Listen, construct, play, draw and learn more about and through music, valuing children's creative ideas! This course will take place every morning over 5 days using live video. Course leader Giulia will provide activities to do at home after each session with the support of an adult to enjoy and collaborate together. This course is suitable for beginner instrumentalists as well as those who haven't yet started to play, and you don’t need to own an instrument to join and get the most out of it.

Tutor: Giulia Semerano

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Sheet Music 1

Theory Plus! Beginners to Grade 1 (6 – 9 yrs)

Saturdays, 09.00 - 09.40, 1st August - 29th August (5 weeks, £52.50)

This class is for those who attend instrumental or voice classes but are beginners in music theory. The course teaches the basics of reading music to support our youngest learners in their instrumental and vocal studies.

Tutor: Noah Mosely

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Sheet Music 2

Theory Plus! Grades 1–3 (7 – 14 yrs)

Wednesdays, 18.00 - 18.40, 29th July - 26th August (5 weeks, £52.50)

This class lays the foundations of all the important concepts for the higher grades, aiming for a greater understanding of the notation in western music. Key concepts in this class include major and minor keys and scales, rhythm writing and time signatures.

Tutor: Lucy Murphy

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Sheet Music 3

Theory Plus! Grades 4 & 5 (11 – 18 yrs)

Saturdays, 12.00 - 12.40, 1st August - 29th August (5 weeks, £52.50)

This class builds on the topics covered in Grade 3 and is focused on enabling young musicians to develop a strong understanding of musical notation for the Grade 5 theory exam – a prerequisite for anyone taking higher instrumental grades. The course focuses on sight reading, writing rhythms and composing melodies.

Tutor: Noah Mosely

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Sheet Music 4

Theory Plus! Grades 4 & 5 (11 – 18 yrs)

Wednesdays, 18.45 - 19.25, 29th July - 26th August (5 weeks, £52.50)

This class builds on the topics covered in Grade 3 and is focused on enabling young musicians to develop a strong understanding of musical notation for the Grade 5 theory exam – a prerequisite for anyone taking higher instrumental grades. The course focuses on sight reading, writing rhythms and composing melodies.

Tutor: Lucy Murphy

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