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Online Courses

Our virtual programme for Spring Term 2021 has evolved from our very popular and successful Autumn Term 2020 programme. Once again we will be running our courses virtually using Zoom (videoconferencing).

Each group has a designated tutor who will be responsible for taking participants through various musical learning and rehearsal. Our experienced tutors have all embraced virtual tuition during lockdown and are skilled at facilitating online group learning; they all have exciting ideas that, whilst different to a regular face to face rehearsal, will provide participants with opportunity for music making and exploration of new repertoire. Alongside the tutor each group will also be allocated an administrator; the administrator will be responsible for hosting the online meeting and communicating with group members about the practicalities of meeting virtually.

For beginner groups Instruments may be available to borrow free of charge. Parents are encouraged to learn alongside students in our beginner courses. 

Spring 2021 Term Dates:

January 16th, 23rd, 30th

February 6th, 13th

February 20th - Half-term break

February 27th

March 6th, 13th, 20th, 27th

What to do next:

1 - Check which courses (Core, Additional, Supporting) you are interested in on our Online Timetable

2 - Visit our Registration Page to check fees and to register - note that new registrations will be accepted during the term and that we will try to get you involved in the very next Saturday’s session.  However, late registration may prevent us from doing this – please sign-up as soon as possible to allow our volunteer administration coordinators time to deal with your application.

To join our first session in 2021 registration is needed by midnight on Sunday 10th January 2021.

3 - Sit tight and look forward to your joining instructions for your session. These will be mailed out to your registered email address from your group volunteer coordinator by (at the latest) 08:00 on the Saturday morning of your session.