We teach a range of instruments in schools and at our Music School
Individual music lessons at our Music School
We teach 1-2-1 instrumental and vocal lessons after school and on Saturdays at our Music School held at Walthamstow School for Girls.
Lessons are 20 minutes or 30 minutes long and each term is 10 weeks.
How to book 1-2-1 lessons
1. Sign up for lessons here
Tell us which instrument you’d like to learn, how long you’d like the lesson for and your availability.
2. We'll contact you to arrange the lesson time, day and start date and confirm the fee.
We offer subsidised fees for families on a low income. Proof of low income is required. Please send copies of housing benefit or reduced Council Tax letter to the Music Service office. The Council Tax single occupancy 25% discount doesn’t apply.
What instruments do we teach?
We teach a range of classical and contemporary instruments including:
Strings: violin, viola, cello, double bass
Woodwind: clarinet, flute, oboe, saxophone, recorder
Brass: cornet, trumpet, trombone, euphonium, French horn
Guitar: acoustic, electric, bass
Piano and keyboard
Please contact us if you'd like advice on which instrument might be suitable for your child.
Learning in school
Lessons in school can be taught individually, in pairs or small groups of up to six pupils. In one-to-one lessons children benefit from focused individual instruction. In pairs and groups, children can enjoy learning alongside their peers who are at a similar level.
Contact your school to find out what instruments are available for your son/daughter. If the instrument your child would like to learn isn’t available, ask the school to contact the Music Service to see if lessons can be provided in school.