Chamber Ensemble

 
Junior Orchestra
 
My son’s motivation for playing cello has gone through the roof since joining the Greenwich Music School orchestra and playing with other children. The teacher/conductor is truly inspiring. He ensures the kids reach their full potential but keeping them on their toes and boosting their confidence.
— Jonathan
 

Vanbrugh Studio
137 Vanbrugh Hill, SE10 9HP
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Fridays  5.45-6.30pm

Autumn term - 12 sessions
£98  •  Mon 9th Sept - Sun 8th Dec
No lessons on bank holidays or during half term, 21st - 27th October
50% discount for GMS individual tuition students, 50% discount for siblings (first child at full price, 50% discount for any siblings), 65% discount for those receiving the pupil premium (proof of status required). Contact us to book with discount.

Bring a friend and share £20 off
This course is in our referral scheme.
New? Book a free trial for yourself and a friend, if you both enrol you each get £10 off.
Already attend? Invite a friend for a free trial (contact us to book) - if they enrol they get £10 off, and you get £10 off your next booking.

Requirements
• For ages 11-18
• Suitable for those who have passed grade 3 in an orchestral/ensemble instrument (limited piano spaces). Please do contact us if you aren't sure!

Tutor - Dan James

Get together with other young musicians and work with professional cellist and conductor Dan James to enjoy learning and playing a wide variety of music, based around established core classical repertoire.

Chamber music often means playing without a conductor - each player has to really listen and work together with all the other players, developing aural skills, leadership and collaboration.

  • Play as part of a group - develop ensemble skills, confidence and teamwork

  • Develop sight-reading skills

  • Play and learn about a variety of music in different styles

  • Meet other young musicians

  • Perform together in our regular concerts

All orchestral/ensemble instruments welcome, including a limited number of spaces for pianists.

Her playing has improved quite dramatically. She has had to up her playing and learn new things. It has been challenging for her but she loves it and has thrived on it. The teacher is really brilliant and keeps the children on their toes.
— Parent

See also: Youth Orchestra.