Music

January

  • attenborough choir  - three women singing
  • Attenborough choir

  • Mondays 2pm - 4pm
  • 28 January - 8 April (Except 18 February)
  • £73 full / £38 concessions for 10 sessions 
    Tutor: Alex Patterson
  • Enjoy being part of a friendly group where the emphasis is on having fun- a healthy tonic for budding vocalists. Ideal for all ages, whether you already love to sing or want to find your voice. all- inclusive choir with no prior experience needed.
  • Book now
  • A blurred image of a lady playing a saxophone
  • Jazz performance

  • Mondays 7.15pm - 9.15pm
  • 28 January - 8 April (except 18 February)
  • £73 full / £38 concessions for 10 sessions 
    Tutor: Richard Eevritt
  • Gain confidence in your ability to improvise and develop your performance skills through a better understanding of scales, modes and chords. For anyone with an interest in jazz and reasonable proficiency on a musical instrument. To take full part in all aspects of the course you will need to read music or chord symbols, butthose who play by ear are also welcome.
  • Book now
  • lady learning how to play guitar.jpg
  • Improvers Guitar

  • Wednesdays, 30 January – 10 April (except 20 February)
  • Each course is £59 for 10 sessions
    Tutor: Ketan Patel
  • Acoustic Improvers
    6.30pm – 7.30pm
  • Classical Improvers
    8.30pm – 9.30pm
  • For anyone wishing to learn new repertoire in a friendly group setting exploring a wider range of keys and musical styles. The improvers’ course is suitable for players with 12 months to two years experience including an understanding of basic rhythms in music notation.
  • Book now Acoustic Improvers
  • Book now Classical Improvers
  • close up of a guitar being played.jpg
  • Beginners Guitar

  • Wednesdays, 30 January – 10 April (except 20 February)
  • Each course is £59 for 10 sessions
    Tutor: Ketan Patel
  • Acoustic Beginners
  • Classical Beginners
    7.30pm – 8.30pm
  • Learn in a friendly group setting with a strong emphasis on ensemble playing. No previous musical knowledge is required for either of the beginners’ level courses.
  • Book now Acoustic Beginners
  • Book now Classical Beginners

April

  • AAC logo.jpg
  • Attenborough choir

  • Mondays, 2pm – 4pm
  • 29 April – 8 July
  • Age Range
  • £60 / £35 for 9 sessions
  • Tutor: Alex Patterson
  • Enjoy being part of a friendly group where the emphasis is on having fun - a healthy tonic for budding vocalists. Ideal for all age, whether you already love to sing or want to find your voice. All-inclusive choir, no prior experience necessary.
  • AAC logo.jpg
  • Jazz performance workshop

  • Mondays, 7.15pm – 9.15pm
  • 29 April – 15 July (except 6 and 27 May)
  • £73 / £38 for 10 sessions
  • Tutor: Richard Everitt
  • Gain confidence in your ability to improvise and develop your performance skills through a better understanding of scales, modes and chords. For anyone with reasonable proficiency and that can read music or chord symbols, but those who play by ear are also welcome.
  • AAC logo.jpg
  • Introduction to music theory

  • Tuesdays, 6pm – 8pm
  • 30 April – 25 June
  • £80 / £45 for 8 sessions
  • Tutor: Laura Freeman
  • Learn about rhythm, pitch, scales and harmony and how they combine to help us understand music.

May

  • AAC logo.jpg
  • Acoustic and classical guitar

  • 1 May – 10 July (except May 29)
  • Each course is £59 for 10 sessions
  • Tutor: Ketan Patel
  • Learn in a friendly group setting with a strong emphasis on ensemble playing. No previous musical knowledge is required for either of the beginners level courses. The improvers course is suitable for players with 12 months to two years experience.
  • Acoustic beginners
    Wednesdays, 5.30pm – 6.30pm
  • Classical beginners
    Wednesdays, 7.30pm – 8.30pm
  • Acoustic improvers
    Wednesdays, 6.30pm – 7.30pm
  • Classical improvers
    Wednesdays, 6.30pm – 7.30pm

June

  • AAC logo.jpg
  • Classical music in context

  • Thursdays, 6pm – 8pm
  • 13 June – 1 August
  • £70 / £40 for 8 sessions
  • Tutor: Laura Freeman
  • Learn about the social, political, cultural and technological contexts that informed and shaped the development of Western classical music from the 15th to 19th centuries.

August

  • AAC logo.jpg
  • Talking music

  • Tuesday, 6pm – 8pm
  • 6 August and 10 September
  • £10 / £5 for 1 session
  • Tutor: Laura Freeman
  • Spend every second Tuesday of the month listening to music and talking about it in a friendly, informal setting. Think of a book group, only with music instead of books.

Share this page: