Inspiring and empowering students

Inspiring and empowering students to learn about a full range of instruments is a benefits of attending a music centre.

Inspiring and empowering students to learn about a full range of instruments is another benefit of attending a music centre.

Music Centre students have the opportunity to visit different teachers to find out more about choosing an instrument to learn. At Chorlton Music Centre, Zoe Burke, is our double bass specialist and runs a successful lower strings ensemble in addition to teaching individuals.

Although people often think a double bass is too large for primary aged students, there are many different sizes available such as the one Dominic is learning on in the photo [above].

The possibilities are endless

Chorlton Centre offers a wide range of tuition for individuals and groups on string, woodwind, brass, percussion, guitar / ukulele and keyboard instruments.

This is supported with accessible ensembles for all levels of players and music theory, aural, dalcroze and early years music activities.

Inspiring and empowering students

Karen Cottam is our double reed specialist at Blackley Music Centre and can be seen teaching young bassoon and oboe players.

Learning alongside others

Blackley Music Centres also supports learning on a wide range of instruments and offers a range of ensembles including wind bands, samba bands, ceilidh band, string group, stage band, ukulele group and early years music activities.

There are two other sub-centres:

Central in Rusholme is the home of the Manchester Youth String Orchestra and Integrate, a jazz/fusion ensemble.

The Didsbury Centre also has a wind band, ceilidh band and early years activities.

One Education also runs specialist music centres for Irish Music, Russian Music and Steelpans.

For more details please call the music department on 0844 967 1116 or contact us online and fill out our form.