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Make Music: Young People
Love music and want to make more of it? Us too.
Make Music: Young People is the place where you’ll find fun classes, exciting bands and choirs to join, and individual tuition to help you create, perform and enjoy music with confidence.
Our classes, courses and ensembles put your love of music at the centre of everything you learn, along with some incredible performance opportunities as your playing develops.
Not sure where to start? Contact our team on: email@example.com.
Applications are now open for our Foundation, Step Up, Centre for Advanced Training (CAT) and Ensemble Programmes.
Closing date for Applications is Friday 21 April 2023.Apply now
Foundation and Step Up
Age: 4 – 14
No audition required
Foundation and Step Up programmes are an exciting way for young beginners to learn music and develop through lessons and playing together. Lay the Musical Foundations for lifelong love of music and step up to playing together in a group.
Centre for Advanced Training
Age: 10 – 18
The Centre for Advanced Training is for young people with a passion for music and the potential to take it further in a wide range of instruments, voice and music.
New for 2023: Our programme for songwriting and music production joins forces with the CAT for Making Tracks Advanced.
Auditioned and Non-Auditioned
Our ensembles are led by superb performers and musicians, with guest artists and amazing performance opportunities offering unique experiences for young players. Sing or play in a wide range of styles and learn with others.
More Music Making
Music programmes to inspire a love of music and learn new skills.
There are so many benefits in studying with Make Music: Young People. Learning music improves skills, confidence and self-esteem, and students have gone on to a wide range of careers, apprenticeships, higher education and to the UK’s top music conservatoires.
We’re keen to encourage applicants from the widest range of backgrounds, making sure that everybody has the chance to study with us. We support access to music study and have specialist skills in working with children and young people experiencing challenging circumstances. Financial support is available through grants and bursaries.
- Lots of students don’t have to pay any fees at all.
- In 2022-2023 families received over £230,000 of bursaries.
- 75% of Centre for Advanced Training students received a bursary.
Find out how we support children and young people to study music through our bursary programme or contact firstname.lastname@example.org