Centre for Young Musicians - Youth Brass Programme
This beginners programme for ages 7–11 is suited to young musicians wanting to learn brass instruments, and will prepare them for progression into the Full Programme
Applications for entry in September 2023 are now closed. Late applications will be considered if spaces are available. Please get in touch if you have missed the deadline.
- Course dates:
- Saturday term time
- Course times:
- Timings for 2023/24 will be confirmed in Spring 2023
- Art form:
- Fees for 2023/24 will be confirmed in Spring 2023
- Level of study:
- Short Courses & Summer Schools, Workshops & Saturday Centres (ages 4-18)
- Mode of study:
- In-person | Music Centres
- Morley College, London Waterloo
- Contact details:
About the Youth Brass Programme
Designed as a two-year progressive course, children will receive group instrumental tuition on their chosen instrument (maximum of four students per group) and musicianship tuition incorporating Kodály and Dalcroze teaching methods. These methods will introduce students to musical concepts through experiences such as listening, singing and movement. Games, songs and movement exercises will be incorporated into each session.
Students will normally expect to progress on to the Full Programme.
Fees for 2023/24 will be confirmed in Spring 2023
We ask you to pay termly or by 10 monthly standing order instalments. We ask for a term’s notice if you decide to withdraw at any point.
Spring Term Dates 2023
Saturday 7 January
Saturday 14 January
Saturday 21 January
Saturday 28 January
Saturday 4 February
Half-term (no session on 11 February)
Saturday 18 February
Saturday 25 February
Saturday 4 March
Saturday 11 March
Saturday 18 March
Saturday 25 March - Annual Concert
Summer Term Dates 2023
Saturday 22 April
Saturday 29 April
Kings Coronation (no session on 6 May)
Saturday 13 May
Saturday 20 May
Half-term (no session on 27 May & 3 June)
Saturday 10 June
Saturday 17 June
Saturday 24 June
Saturday 1 July
Saturday 8 July
Saturday 15 July
We regret it is not possible to give refunds in the event of absence as the Centre has to continue paying professional tutors and overheads. CYM expects as close to 100% attendance as possible, to ensure you get the most out of your studies.
A full term’s notice is required to stop attending CYM. This notice period is required to fulfil obligations to the professional tutors, pay for facilities and to encourage young participants to be fully committed to the courses they’ve chosen.