We offer a variety of workshops and projects, suitable for a range of ages and running from half days to a week or more. 

The ethos is simple - to create a rich, rewarding collective experience in which everyone is equal, uniqueness is celebrated and the language is music.  Our workshops and projects offer an opportunity to try something new, to build confidence in expression and in playing your part in a team.  Everyone has a chance to discover their voice and musical talent.

All workshops culminate in a performance, an opportunity to share beyond the group; whether it be to parents, teachers or other children. This cements the value of everything learnt and can form lifelong memories for both performers and audience.

Please don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions.  


PROJECTS

BESPOKE TOPIC BASED PROJECTS - vocal and instrumental 

Bring your topic to life by learning and performing relevant music together as a class. Past projects we have run include Vikings, World War II, Music in the UK from 1950, Roman rhythms and more. No topic is too obscure!

Suits EYFS/KS1/KS2/KS3

SCHOOL RADIO

Using the latest technology, create radio shows and broadcast to the whole school; interviews, news, music and more. We provide templates, record all content and produce each complete show. 

Shows are streamed via the internet, listen from any school computer; all other equipment is provided.

Suits whole school

 

ELECTRONIC MUSIC PRODUCTION & FILM SCORING

A creative technology project introducing music production software. Enable children to compose freely, or from a variety of musical and non-musical starting points including short films, animations and adverts. Completely relevant to today's music.

See examples of children's work from a recent project here

Our tutors are trained and experienced in Apple Logic, Garageband and more.

Suits KS1/KS2/KS3

 

MOBILE RECORDING STUDIO: SCHOOL ALBUM

We set up a professional recording studio in your school to capture the wonderful work of choir, band, orchestra or individual classes. This can be combined with vocal and instrumental work to prepare music to record - starting as simply as a morning's singing and recording to a backing track in the afternoon.

Children gain real life experience of a recording session and something to keep forever (and listen to when they're grown up!).

Suits whole school


WORKSHOPS

AFRICAN DRUMMING

Condensed versions of our weekly lessons.  Our drumming workshops explore the rhythms of West Africa, along with movement, song, valuable musical activities, folklore and more. Children compose, improvise, work as a team and take part in a memorable performance. FULL DETAILS 

Suits EYFS/KS1/KS2/KS3

 

TUNED PERCUSSION - Glocks & more

A great foundation for budding pianists and pretty much all other instruments. Children will explore rhythm, melody, harmony, notation and more. FULL DETAILS

Suits KS1/KS2/KS3

FOUND SOUNDS - JUNK ORCHESTRA

Instruments are everywhere and they needn't cost the earth! Using ladders, dustbins and even the kitchen sink, children explore the amazing music that can be made from junk - hip hop, dance, breakbeat, mash-ups and more. Children can also make their own unique and wonderful instruments with which to perform and take home.

Suits EYFS/KS1/KS2/KS3

BODY PERCUSSION

Make music with nothing but our bodies! Children connect directly with rhythmic patterns and songs, movement, chants and more. Plenty of opportunities to create, improvise and lead, whilst working towards a physical and musical performance.

Suits EYFS/KS1/KS2/KS3

 

BOOMWHACKER BAND

These musical, colourful, physical and creative workshops are thrilling and unique. Children will learn the beauty of playing their part in a team through performing, composing and improvising. A fantastic way to improve group cohesion.

Suits EYFS/KS1/KS2/KS3

 
 
 

COST

Workshops start from as little £85. Projects vary, so please get in touch for a detailed quote. As a guide, "School Album" starts at £450. 

Additional travel and porterage may also apply. We occasionally look to external sources of funding.