these unprecedented times EYM sadly has no choice but to cancel all our
classes until further notice. We will keep in touch with parents of
all current pupils and would be delighted to hear from anybody who would
like to be added to our waiting lists for the future.
music-making is a wonderful thing, particularly in difficult times.
Whatever stage your children are at, we hope parents will find a way of
helping them to continue to enjoy making music within the family.
This is a time to focus on what music is really for - to make us feel
instrumental teachers are offering short one-to-one on-line lessons to any
of their pupils who would like this, either occasionally or regularly.
A couple of
families have emailed to let us know what they've been doing.
I have always known that music is fantastic, I have to say at the moment
it's an absolute Godsend! The house is full of music, the boys are
far from bored, Matthew is writing a symphony (!), Callum is recording
jazz (!!) and I'm
getting a free concert every evening. Brilliant!"
says "We are doing all sorts of music at home - violin duets,
recorder duets, violin & recorder duets, vocal & instrumental
stuff with Lance on piano, recording Lance's new compositions for church,
etc, and I'm doing more piano practice than I have done in years!"
love to hear from other families.
families may be interested in these various musical activities which are
being offered on-line.
Malone's Home Chorus
The RSNO Challenge #RSNOchallenge
on Facebook & Twitter
NYCoS Daily Activities www.nycos.co.uk/daily-activities
BBC Ten Pieces https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/ten-pieces/intro-films-and-orchestral-films/zv2gqp3