We are an exciting local Music School providing singing lessons for Swinton residents.
Our goal is to make music lessons accessible to people no matter their age, skill or background.
We believe that learning music should be fun and that you should play the songs YOU want to play!
Swinton Singing Lessons
We Teach Piano, Drums, Guitar & Singing
Our music school is located approximately 8 minutes from Swinton Square. We have free parking at the back of the music school and there is free on street parking only a short walk away. We have expert vocal teachers who can help you achieve any goals that you have for your singing.
Take part in our awesome shows
These are a great chance to join a band for the day and experience playing on a big stage with your friends! These shows take place twice per year at Media City in Salford. We also provide opportunities for our students to perform online via Facebook and YouTube.
The Benefits Of
Makes you smarter
develops social skills
Students work their way up from playing in front of teachers and class mates through to playing in front of a concert audience. This develops their confidence and boosts their self-esteem when they showcase the brilliant achievements they have made.
Joining a musical group at any age encourages you to develop relationships with new types of people. It also develops skills in leadership and team building.
Music keeps you calm. It has a unique effect on our emotions, and has even been proven to lower heart rate and blood pressure.
Many studies show a correlation between musical training and academic success, in both children and adults. Learning to play an instrument stimulates the brain, improving functions like memory and abstract reasoning skills.
Practising and perfecting a piece of music does wonders for the creative side of your brain. When you play a song written by a band but you inject your own personality into the performance, that is what makes watching a performer more interesting.
Playing an instrument makes you use both sides of your brain, which strengthens memory power.
sense of achievement
The more effort you put into something, the better the results will be. Learning an instrument takes time, it doesn't happen overnight. With lots of practice and a little bit of patience, your music ability will develop day upon day and year upon year.
Playing and succeeding at a musical instrument gives you a huge sense of pride and achievement, especially when you manage to play a song all the way through that you have worked on for a number of weeks.
We have everything you need to get started at our music schools. Just bring yourself and we will get you up and running and ready to rock!
Do I need an instrument?
Our small group classes are a brilliant way to learn an instrument in a social setting. The groups are based on age and ability. Students will work together on songs and will also have individual practise/feedback time to progress through course books.
Our Mini Musicians classes are aimed at age 3-5 as a perfect way to introduce kids to music lessons through fun rhythm games and singing.
Our Other Classes:
Learn from age 5+
How do group lessons work?
What age can I start learning?
Our lessons are designed to make sure that you have fun on your instrument. We make sure that you are playing along to music straight from your first lesson! Our classes follow dedicated course books so that you always know what to practise between lessons. All students have the option to gain musical qualifications with us if they choose to sit an exam.
What are the classes like?
Got A Question?
My two little boys have been attending since September. They absolutely love the sessions with Lauren and always come home singing. They are still singing Christmas songs from the Christmas showcase...
They loved the opportunity to perform with real microphones and lights!
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