We have a range of evening and weekend courses in music for beginner and intermediate level players. Most courses are ten weeks long and taught in small groups. Our short courses are an ideal chance for you to improve your musical skills, as you meet and perform with like-minded people who share your interest in music.
Evening & weekend courses
Our piano course for beginners is ideal if you are new to the piano or have played very little. It is also perfect if you want to take piano as a second instrument or use sequencers and music production software.
Our Guitar Course for Beginners (Level 1) is ideal for you if you are an absolute beginner or have been playing for up to one year. It is an extremely practical and enjoyable class and a great chance to meet fellow guitarists.
Learn the techniques you need to write songs for yourself, a band or other artists and collaborate with others on our songwriting course for beginners.
Learn key vocal techniques and exercises to develop and improve your voice, helping you to sing your favourite songs with increased control and power.
Our Drum Course for Beginners (Level 1) will quickly get you playing the drums by helping you to develop confidence and musical awareness on the drum kit, with a basic understanding of Grade 1 rudiments, groove and songs.
Our bass course for beginners is an enjoyable, practical class where you will learn a range of techniques and how to apply them. You will explore new styles of music with fellow bass players, broadening your repertoire and musical knowledge.
Our Drum Course for Beginners (Level 2) will improve your understanding and application of drum grooves, genres, rhythm reading, application and technique.
Our practical music production course will introduce you to recording and modern production techniques in an industry standard studio. It covers all you need to know from recording audio to editing and mixing.
On our composition and arranging course you will explore instrument use, range, writing techniques and harmonic ideas in contemporary, film, classical and jazz music traditions.