We often have workshops and classes for adults, kids and families in practical music making. But for those who are interested in really getting to grips with learning a musical instrument, we have a range of learning opportunities for people of all ages. To find out more or to book your initial lesson, call Prema on 01453 860703 and we’ll get the ball rolling for you!
Learning an Instrument:
Prema’s private music suite is the perfect place to learn an instrument. A quiet room which is tucked out of the way, you’ll never need to be self-conscious about making the odd blunder as you play. We have a team of fine musicians to help you master your instrument and are hoping to expand the range of instrumental lessons offered in the near future.
Tuesdays & Wednesdays from 4.30pm
£26 per hour, £13 per half hour
Moira Gilchrist has developed a method of teaching which blends her classical violin training with elements of traditional fiddle styles. Whether you’re a complete beginner or dusting off that violin lurking in the loft since you were at school Moira can get you on the road to fiddling for fun.
Mondays, Tuesdays & Wednesdays from 5pm
£20 per hour, £10 per half hour
Musician Gordon Scott teaches both classical and rock & pop piano. So whether you’re a complete novice or fancy trying out a new style then here’s your chance to get you tinkling those ivories like a pro. Ideal for players of all standards – the emphasis here is on fun and trying out all sorts of new musical styles as well as establishing a solid technique for playing and reading music.
Studying towards a Grade
Prema’s instrumental teachers are accustomed to helping students work towards securing a grade (usually ABRSM examinations). Remember that learning an instrument should be about fun and musicianship but grades can be a great way of consolidating your learning and (in some instances) can help towards GCSE, A-level examinations.