Music Tuition

Annual folk music summer school
Burwell Bash Annual Folk Music Summer School is held at
Burwell House
Can you help with sponsorship? Visit their site for more information.
Annual folk music summer school
Cambridgeshire Music (and Music Hub)

Cambridgeshire Music - Making music happen across the county

Cambridgeshire Music

Cambridgeshire Music is the Music Service for the County coordinating provision of music education and arts therapies. We make high quality music happen all across Cambridgeshire for young people and families – both in and out of school.

Cambridgeshire Music Hub

Cambridgeshire Music Hub

Cambridgeshire Music Education Hub (CMEH) is part of a network of hubs across the country working with partners to support the objectives of the National Plan for Music Education. The focus of the hub is to use available investment to:

1. Support schools to develop a strong curriculum and co-curricular provision for pupils.

2. Enable young musicians to progress in their areas of musical interest.

3. Develop partnerships with schools, providers and other organisations to increase the range of opportunities that can be provided across the County.

Celia Waterhouse - Music teacher
Piano tuition, early years music, musicianship training. Working with children and adults.
email
Web Site
Celia Waterhouse - Music teacher
Clarinet - Flute
Theory (including GCSE and A Level) Paperwork for Diplomas
01638 7300006
David Goodman
Keyboard lessons - Organ lessons and Music Technology lessons at your own home in Burwell and the surrounding area. Please visit my
Web Site
for much more information or phone me on:
01638 750793

David Goodman Web Site
Music Builds Communities
Music Builds Communities A Community project for Newmarket and Area '.....bringing people together through music!'

Music Workshop (Village College)
Friday Afternoons. Creative music classes for pre-school children. Leader
Celia Waterhouse

01638 604667
Piano Tuition
Joan Wilcox
01638 741522
Teacher of Singing, Piano, Theory and Oboe Joanna Debenham
Experienced music graduate from Huddersfield Polytechnic's well regarded music department, available to give lessons in her first and second study instruments together with music theory.
01638 603142

Joanna Debenham
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