Guildhall Young Artists Norwich Music Starts Here

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About Music Starts Here

Key information:

Course dates:
Saturday term time
Course times:
Dependent upon class timetable
Art form:
£12 per week (£120 per term)
Level of study:
Short Courses & Summer Schools, Workshops & Saturday Centres (ages 4-18)
Mode of study:
City of Norwich School
Contact details:

About Music Starts Here

This beginner’s programme for ages 4 – 8 is the perfect introduction into music.

Through 60 minutes of group play each Saturday, children will explore different instruments and their own musicality, develop language and communication skills, grow in confidence and increase their ability to express themselves, in a supportive and safe environment.

Music Starts Here Group 1 (Age 4 – 6)

A fun and engaging music programme for very young children. Using singing, movement games and percussion, children will absorb all the elements needed to make a confident, well-rounded musician. They will be prepared to naturally progress into the next group.

Music Starts Here Group 2 (Age 7 – 8)

A group aimed for older children. Using age-appropriate songs and games, children will explore more advanced elements of musicianship, leadership and collaborative music making skills that they can also take into the choice of Introduction to Instruments groups. Children in this group will also able to join Choir if they are staying on for Introduction to Instruments.

All children on the Music Starts Here programme also have the option of  joining our Introduction to Instrument classes (wind, keyboard and strings) and 1:1 instrumental lessons with our fantastic tutors.  

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Benefit from Guildhall Young Artists membership

As a member of GYA Norwich, you can expect exclusive opportunities, performances and workshops, including competitions, invites to concerts and gigs and performances from students at Guildhall School.