Letter from Bethan & Ed
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.
From that moment on our whole range of courses has flourished, and we’ve been thrilled to see the energy and achievements of our students - like Charlotte performing on piano to a large audience for the first time, Ben composing a piece for solo violin, toddler Alba exploring and playing musical instruments and Jules’ “motivation for playing cello going through the roof” since joining us.
Nurturing this energy and achievement is the reason we set up Greenwich Music School. We want to champion high quality music education for people of all ages, from beginners to professional musicians.
What do we mean by quality? We mean a carefully designed programme of courses, delivered by expert tutor-musicians; the right support, resources and spaces; and a clear understanding of routes to progress and achievement.
If you’d like to find out more, we’d love to discuss our courses with you - email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07941 177220.
Bethan & Ed