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ARRANGING TUITION FOR YOUR CHILD

Learning to play with a Warwickshire Music Teacher

Most of our instrumental and vocal lessons take place in schools across Warwickshire. To organise tuition for your child at their school, please speak to the Head of Music, Music Co-ordinator or Headteacher at your child’s school in the first instance to see what is available.

If a Warwickshire Music teacher is not available at your child’s school, or the instrument your child wishes to learn is not on offer at their school, lessons can also be arranged after school at one of our four area Music Centres located across Warwickshire:

North Warwickshire Music Centre

Weddington Primary School

 Winchester Ave
Nuneaton
CV10 0DR

East Warwickshire Music Centre

 Rugby Free Secondary School

 Anderson Avenue
Rugby
CV22 5PE

Central Warwickshire Music Centre

 Kenilworth School & Sixth Form

 Leyes Lane
Kenilworth
CV8 2DA

South Warwickshire Music Centre

 King Edward VI School

 Chapel Lane
Stratford-upon-Avon
CV37 6BE

 

To arrange tuition through one of our music centres, please click here

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What tuition is available for my child?

Key Stage 1

Key Stage 2

Key Stage 3 - 4

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Music Centre Lesson Prices 2021-2022:

 Shared lessons:

£6.75 per lesson
 

Individual lesson:
£13.50 per 20 minute lesson
£20.00 per 30 minute lesson

Lesson Terms and conditions apply


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Lesson Remissions

All music centres and most schools can help families with financial hardship to pay for instrumental tuition.

Find out more here.


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Testimonials

 

I have been playing the trombone for two years and I think it's a great instrument.  I go to Junior Brass and have individual lessons with Mr. Herbert who's a good Brass teacher.   I'm taking my Grade 1 exam next month.

James O'Donnell
Tysoe Primary School
 

It has been a pleasure to watch James go from strength to strength with his trombone playing, both in ability and confidence.

The encouragement and support he has received via his group and individual playing have given James the wherewithal to perform in front of an audience on a number of occasions, including a solo number during our Diamond Jubilee celebrations last year.

In addition, James has had the opportunity to participate in a number of specially organised Brass days, most recently playing alongside members of the Jaguar / Land Rover Brass Band, the champion brass band in the Midlands, from which he has gained enormous benefit and inspiration.

Verity O'Donnell
Mother of James O'Donnell