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How music can benefit your child

November 20th, 2015 by Anna Michaelidou

8 reasons why your child will benefit from Music lessons

We have all heard music referred to as the universal language. In the world we live in, we are surrounded by music every day; in the form of songs, celebrations, ceremonies, lullabies, and so much more. It doesn't matter how old you are or where you come from - everyone loves a good melody.

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East Coast Musician of the Year 2016

May 24th, 2016 by Anna Michaelidou

The East Coast Musician of the Year Competition attracts both able students and those in the early stage of their musical development giving the competition its unique status within the regions musical calendar. It enjoys the support of the regions Music Teachers, Schools, Colleges,Local Authorities Music Service Departments and regional orchestras.

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5 ways to create a great musical environment at home

December 14th, 2016 by Anna Michaelidou

Music plays a very significant part in a child's life and by creating a stimulating learning environment at home you will not only increase their engagement but provide them with a happier learning setting.

Children spend most of their time at home especially at a younger age and children learn by listening, copying and memorising. By creating a musical environment at home you are providing a great setting for your child's developm... Read More »

8 Useful Tips to Learn Music at Home

December 6th, 2019 by Ronald Ross

Learning music is easier than you think and can be learned at home without any tutors or expensive classes. We have been blessed with the internet when it comes to learning any skill including music and musical instruments.

The following tips will guide you on how to start learning music on your own.

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Music Tuition – Why It Matters In Difficult Times

March 22nd, 2013 by Ged Brockie

Now more than ever with the difficult financial climate that many people find themselves in, families are restricting their expenditure to the absolute bare minimum. As part of a cost-cutting exercise, it will come as no surprise that music tuition is often viewed as a "luxury" that a family budget can do without. The question that needs to be asked, however, is why is instrumental tuition viewed so readily as an expendable extra?

The answer to this can surely be found within the educ... Read More »

Relax! Learn to play a musical instrument

February 2nd, 2011 by Sara

"Music speaks what cannot be expressed, soothes the mind and gives it rest, heals the heart and makes it whole, flows from heaven to the soul."

Private musical tuition is probably the best method of learning to play a musical instrument. Music is an important aspect of our lives and learning to play is a wonderful feeling of self achievement.

Musical education has formed an important role in all school cu... Read More »

Passing Your ABRSM Grade 5 Music Theory

October 15th, 2021 by Cassie Steele

The Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music (ABRSM) is the most popular music exam board in the world. Over 650,000 CA... Read More »

Learn to play classical music

May 6th, 2010 by Emily

Classical music is experiencing something of a comeback. The style has always been fairly popular, but in recent years classical music has moved into the spotlight.

Of course, the definition of classical music is very broad: the term is generally used to describe most music produced between 1550 and 1900, although purists would say that the true Classical Period refers to the years 1750-1820: Mozart's heyday. Whichever definition you choose to adopt, however, the scope of classical mu... Read More »

Favourite alternative musical instruments

June 19th, 2013 by Dexter Findley

The world of music isn't all pianos, violins, guitars and clarinets. There are plenty of wonderful, wacky and obscure instruments, each with their own fascinating sounds. We've compiled a list of some of our favourites.


Not the most radical of starting-off points, but one that illustrates music's depth and variety of forms. Most contemporary Western music is derived from a mix of European and African diaspora styles - specifically the marriage of the European classica... Read More »

Debate of the week: If music be the food of education

February 1st, 2010 by Emily

The provision of music tuition in schools has decreased in recent years. Whether that's individual instrument lessons or group singing lessons, it seems that music just isn't on the menu when it comes to many pupils' educational diets.

It seems as though this is a trend that we need to reverse. According to a recent study by the University of the Arts, Lond... Read More »

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