New Theory Class – Summer Term 2017
Author Archives: Kerry Baldwin
We are pleased to announce that a second theory class will be starting in April on Thursdays at 5.30. Please contact us to book firstname.lastname@example.org Why is music theory important? It is considered a vital part of learning an instrument to also study the theory of music. This is because a basic foundation of music
Receptionist at Sandbach Music Introduction Sandbach Music is a not-for-profit music school in Sandbach town centre which services the public within Sandbach and surrounding areas. Music lessons are taken on the premises by pupils of all ages and abilities in a range of instruments and styles. We will require a receptionist to cover maternity
Theory course Feb.16 We will be delivering our popular ABRSM grade 5 theory intensive course during February half term 2016. Please click the link above for further details!
Instrumental Tutors We have several vacancies for instrumental tutors at Sandbach Music, please click the link above for further information!
We are thrilled to announce a programme of exciting music workshops for the summer holidays! Some of the activities above are suitable for children aged 10+ but there are also plenty available for children of all ages and families too. The instrumental crash courses have only a very small number of places and are
Due to GCSE results day on 20th August meaning some participants would be unable to attend we have decided to change the dates of this course to 17th & 19th August. Please click on the link below to find the revised information pack: Theory August 2015
After the success of the May course we will be running another ABRSM Grade 5 two day intensive theory course on 19th & 20th August 2015. The course will be delivered by Kerry Baldwin, Director of Sandbach Music. Please click on Theory course Aug.15 for more details. Feedback from the May 2015 course: “xxxxx had a whale
Half-Term Intensive Theory Course May 2015 Sandbach Music is delighted to present a two day intensive theory course leading to an ABRSM grade 5 theory exam. The ABRSM require a grade 5 theory qualification for all candidates wishing to take a practical exam at grades 6+. This can be a lengthy process so if