During these scary times, I would love to see as many of you as possible developing your skills in music! Why not learn a new instrument, or practice singing, or even set up a mini concert from your home like some of our students have already done. Use your time in your home wisely and come back to school with lots of new skills that you never normally get chance to learn.
Below are some links to some brilliant online musical resources, there are loads out their currently, so have an explore and enjoy!
Toby & Tomas’s Quarantine Concert (part 1 & 2):
Live Online Body Percussion Workshops – Monday-Friday – 11am each day
If you fancy yourself a budding young composing/songwriter, why not enter? They are looking for “musically-minded people aged 12-18 of all technical ability, backgrounds, and musical influences.”
Develop your Music Technology Skills online for free
Want to continue learning to play songs?
Try these pages by Little Kids Rock:
Learn a new instrument
Now might be a good time to learn a new instrument, continue with the lessons you already have or to try something new. Our lovely instrumental tutors are now teaching online from the safety of their home. If you or your child would like to get involved. Please email the peripatetic instrumental tutor directly:
- Paul Whittaker – Guitar, bass, ukulele
- Sandra Stewart – Singing and piano
- Tony Cross – Brass, Junior Woodwind and piano
- Phil Martin – Strings
- Bob Butterfield – Woodwind
If you have not heard back from the teacher within a week or so, please email myself, and I will chase up any information for you.
Enjoy the opportunities above, keep playing, keep developing your skills in music and keep safe! I will see you all very soon.
Miss Helena Johnson, Head of Music