We sent our intrepid tutor Eleanor Rastall to explore performance anxiety, in a seminar run by the Incorporated Society of Musicians. How do nerves affect performance? How can they be dealt with? How can you help others to deal with nerves and enjoy performing? Eleanor reports back...Read More
Our first ever summer holiday course! We had three amazing days at Charlton Hous, with choir sessions, musicianship, taster instrument lessons...Read More
Our third concert of music groups marked the end of the first ever year of Greenwich Music School! One year ago, none of these groups existed.Read More
We'll soon be releasing details of our summer holiday courses for children...Read More
A wonderful range of music was performed in our Spring concert - from dramatic to gentle to bouncy to reflective. The concert took place at Charlton House...Read More
Community Music is a term that remains open to interpretation. What is community music? Who is community music for? What is the value of community music? These are questions to which different people will...Read More
We've started a video series for the new year! Created for music learners of any age, the series will include tips on enjoying practice, choosing an instrument, making music together at home, and the best apps...Read More
Greenwich Music School directors Bethan and Ed Scolding write at the end of Autumn term 2016.
Greenwich Music School’s very first lesson began on a bright morning in September 2016 on the lawn behind Charlton House, with eight conducting students starting our year-long professional training programme.Read More
Jenny Kay writes about taking part in our Performance Workshop for adult pianists, 8th November 2016.
I went along to this performance event with both trepidation and excitement. I have been learning piano again as a...Read More