Places available for the Spring Term:
Introduction to Music I – 3 places in the 10:30 class available for pupils in Reception.
A few spaces in Keyboard – suitable for pupils in Year 2 up. Please note that you need to bring your own keyboard to the lessons.
Classes for pupils from Year 2 up: – we have space to start new classes in the following instruments: violin, cello, recorder, flute, clarinet, saxophone, cornet, trombone. Check here for information on minimum ages. We don’t hire guitars or keyboards, but we do have flutes, clarineos, saxophones, pbones/trombones and French horns available to hire. Please note that you need to bring your own keyboard to the lessons.
Junior Singers (11:15) – Year 2 – Year 6 For children in school years 3 – 6. They sing a variety of repertoire from traditional songs to songs from shows. Most songs are learned by rote at this stage. Basic singing technique is also covered. Pupils in Year 2 by audition/trial.
Senior Singers (11:45) – Year 7 up and more experienced Year 6 pupils. They sing a variety of repertoire from traditional songs to songs from shows, usually in 2 or 3 parts. More advanced singing technique and sight-singing is also covered.
Recorder Ensemble for grade 2/3 up at 9:00
Drum kit and tuned percussion are full – how about the new Junior Latin Percussion Ensemble in the meantime? 12:45, no experience necessary!
If you’re interested in any of these, please Contact Us.
We’re keen to start some new initiatives so get in touch if any of these appeal:
- songwriting class
- Music Technology
- Jazz Technique
- advanced musicicianship
Introduction to Music II (Year 1) is full for 2018 – 2019
Many classes have waiting lists, but things change quickly so it’s always worth getting in touch.
We also welcome pupils who have their instrumental lessons elsewhere but would like to join one of our ensembles, the singing groups or the orchestra, or come to study theory. The Junior String Ensemble is for players of just pre-grade 1 to grade 2/3 and there is a Senior String Ensemble for players of grade 4 – 8. We could use a bassoon player in the Orchestra! The Jazz group is always keen to hear from good players who’d like to improve their improvisation skills. Ensembles.
Parents are also welcome to join the orchestra, especially if they play ‘endangered species’ instruments such as bassoon and French horn!
Please note that we do not offer piano lessons.
QYMC is held on Saturday mornings at Little Ealing Primary School in South Ealing.