Showing 9 results in the category Junior departments at conservatoires.
Course details: Specialist tuition for students aged 8-18. Supporting aural, theory and harmony tuition and AS/A2 music courses. Chmbr music for most pupils and symphony orch, chmbr orch, str orch, wind band and 2 choirs. Many perf opportunities, w/shops, m/classes and lectures. Broad range of courses available. Young strs from age 3. Awards: MDS National Grants and means-tested bursaries. Entry requirements: Auditions held Apr-May; approx gr 5 at age 10 for main jr school. Entry by application for young strs and A Level studies. No of pupils: 200. Termly fees: See website.
Junior Dept, Paradise Pl, Birmingham, B3 3HG
Junior Guildhall is a specialist Saturday School offering advanced training to young people between the ages of 4 and 18. Students are able to combine their Junior Guildhall training with their general education in their local schools. They come together to experience and learn about music and drama under the guidance of staff drawn from London’s orchestras and freelance professionals. Most of the students go on to study their chosen discipline full-time at undergraduate level, eventually making careers in the profession, though others can, and do, move into totally different fields.
Guildhall School of Music & Drama, Silk St, Barbican, London, EC2Y 8DT, United Kingdom
Saturday tuition for 7 to 19 year olds, in all instruments, theory, discovering music, GSCE and Pre-U, music tech. Many performance opportunities in college and externally. Music potential; auditions throughout year. No of pupils: Approx 100.
Junior College, St Mary's Rd, London, W5 5RF, United Kingdom
Course details: For pupils aged 12-18 with outstanding potential. Individual study on 1st and optional 2nd inst, aural and theory studies, opportunities for perf. Junior Jazz (2-yr course), Primary Academy (ages 8-12) and preliminary courses. Awards: Places supported by the Music and Dance Scheme; other scholarships and bursaries available. Entry requirements: Entries by 1 Mar. Audition in Mar-Apr. No of pupils: 200 Junior Academy; 30 jazz; 45 Primary Academy; 120 preliminary courses. Termly fees: £1,065 (Junior Academy), £445 (jazz), £598 (Primary Academy), £96-220 (preliminary courses).
Junior Academy, Marylebone Rd, London, NW1 5HT
Specialist training on Saturday for students aged 8-18 who show outstanding potential. First class individual tuition (inc voice (age 14 ), comp, jazz pno, jazz sax), supporting musicianship, orch, choral and ens training of high calibre. Performance opportunities, workshops and masterclasses. Special Mini Bass course for beginner bass players aged 6-11. Full information brochure available. Means-tested bursaries offered both by the RCM and the DfES Music and Dance Scheme. Applications by 1 March, main audition period in March-April. Wide catchment area. No of pupils: Approx 300.
Prince Consort Road, London, SW7 2BS
Course details: Students aged 10 Specialist Sat tuition given on 1st inst with subsidiary inst tuition and opportunity to start 2nd inst study, plus class tuition in musicianship and theory. 2 orchs, concert wind band, 3 choirs; also w/wind, br, chmbr ens, with opportunities for perf experience. Preparation during final year for music college application. Awards: Financial awards offered by some Scottish councils, with further scholarships offered by the Conservatoire in cases of exceptional ability or need.
Junior Conservatoire of Music, 100 Renfrew St, Glasgow, G2 3DB
Junior Conservatoire; Every Saturday, the Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama is the home of the Junior Conservatoire. From your child's very first steps in music through to intensive preparation for conservatoire-level training, the Junior Conservatoire offers opportunities for children and young people to learn in a stimulating and supportive environment, and to realise their full musical potential.
Castle Grounds, Cathays Park, Cardiff, CF10 3ER, United Kingdom
Junior Trinity is a Saturday Music Department for 3-19 year olds. Our Main Programme is for students aged 10-19 and String Time programme for 3-10. Junior Trinity is also the only London Junior Conservatoire registered as a Pearson Edexcel examination centre, providing GCSE, AS and A2 courses in Music and Music Technology. Auditions held in March entrants should be gr 5 or equivalent aged 11. All students showing potential and commitment are considered. String Time Entry is by application. Awards: Bursaries (means tested) are available.
Junior Trinity, King Charles Ct, Old Royal Naval College, London, SE10 9JF