Louise was an inspiring and dedicated clarinet teacher who wanted to make music available to everyone. Her wish was that upon her passing a bursary was established, to enable young people to access music education regardless of their means. We were deeply touched that she wanted this to be via SCYM, and already the funds […]
On Friday 2nd March SCYM students had the huge honour to work with Nicola Benedetti and Wynton Marsalis. Nicola coached the senior string ensemble on Handel’s Concerto Grosso Opus 6 no. 9 and Wynton gave a masterclass to 13 year old trumpeter Owen Lee. Owen was told that ‘he was one of the best 13 […]
Unfortunately due to adverse weather conditions the SCYM is closed this Saturday. Please email email@example.com with any enquiries.
Our summer concert is on Saturday 20th May, at 11.00 in Saffron Hall, and is for our ensembles. The following junior and senior groups will be performing: Jazz ensembles Percussion ensemble Horn ensemble Guitar ensemble Choirs String ensembles Concert band and wind bands Senior ensembles are in the first half, and the the junior in […]
On Saturday 29th April Beaten Track will be rehearsing with both our senior and junior percussion ensembles and then performing in Saffron Hall to SCYM students and parents. This promises to be an inspiring morning!
SCYM is now closed for the Easter holidays, and will re-open on 22nd April. To apply for a place in the summer term please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We’re looking forward to starting term tomorrow! Recital at 12.15 is string soloists
We’re really looking forward to the the next Guildhall School ensemble to visit SCYM. This time its a brass ten piece who will work side by side with SCYM students. They will then perform for students and parents in the 12,15 lunchtime concert on 25th February.
This Saturday’s 12.15 lunchtime concert is for the keyboard and percussion soloists and ensembles.
SCYM’s jazz groups and soloists will be performing at this Saturday’s lunchtime concert at 12.15 in M1. All students and parents are welcome.