Picture used with permission of Bethaney May Henson Photography
Picture used with permission of Bethaney May Henson Photography

HuMS is a place of musical excellence where adults and children can learn an instrument and rehearse with others in a relaxed and friendly setting.

We have an open door policy so why not come in to see us on a Saturday morning and see what people get up to in the name of music.  We can’t promise that it will make you more attractive or provide superhuman powers. We can, however, promise you fun and the ability to take up something that might very well change your life.

Huntingdonshire Music School

Huntingdonshire Music School has been established since 1966 providing individually tailored and joint practical and theory tuition by professional music tutors.  We also run a range of groups and ensembles of varying standards which are open to everyone - all ages, all abilities.  All tutors are DBS checked in accordance with our current child protection policy.  Many of our past students credit Huntingdonshire Music School as being the platform for their musical careers. This is a fantastic opportunity to learn and perform in a friendly, relaxed and fun environment.

5 reasons to learn an instrument with HuMS

1. Performance Skills
We organise and manage end of term concerts, demonstration days and other music school events to provide performance opportunities:
• Improve your performance skills in public or college settings
• Develop your confidence in a friendly and supportive environment
• Invite family and friends to see you perform.
2. Musical Development
We arrange one-off workshops, such as ‘sing with swing’ and improvisation, award prizes to recognise musical achievements and help get ideas for other exciting events off the ground:
• Develop technical skills in areas of special interest
• Try new musical disciplines and meet new people.
3. Added Value
We augment the Music School by funding specialist equipment and sheet music to enhance your musical experience:
• Discover a broad range of musical styles and composers
• Make use of quality, fit-for-purpose equipment.
4. Making Friends
Following other successful tours, in 2014 we arranged a visit to Marburg in Germany, where our students performed and enjoyed the sights and culture together. HuMS offers lots of opportunities to mix in a social setting, such as:
• Quiz nights
• Themed evenings
• National and European trips.
5. Community Involvement
We encourage Music School students to get involved in performing at local events, raising funds for local charities and inspiring local people to try instruments at events including:
• ‘Taster’ days in local libraries
• Community festivals and school fêtes
• Fundraising events such as a ‘grade one-athon’.
HuMS is run by a dedicated elected committee and we would love to hear from anyone interested in getting involved. To find out more email us at enquiries@huntsmusicschool.org.uk.

Huntingdonshire Music School is a Charitable Incorporated Organisation, no. 1167800.

Find us on MusicTeachers.co.uk.

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