CHARD MUSICFlute, cello & theory lessons. Music for events. Piano accompaniment
Discover how you can improve your flute or cello playing or even learn from scratch. Get help in your knowledge of music theory or book live music for your event.
Whatever level you are at, we aim to build into each lesson a range of activities that help you communicate music by developing a good technique, building stamina, understanding the wider context of the piece, and inspiring you to keep your daily practice meaningful. We offer both online and face to face lessons.
Whether you are preparing for an exam or a public performance, it is crucial to spend time working with your accompanist. We have experience of accompanying all levels of instrumentalists and singers including choirs and chamber groups.
Music can create that special atmosphere at weddings, funerals and other life events. Here at Chard Music, we have many years’ experience of providing classical music for Church services and other life events. We offer a range of musical contributions from leading the collective singing to special solos. If you would like a flute, cello, piano or a combination of all three to play for your event, just get in touch.
We are based in Chard and lessons and workshops generally take place there. However, we are a service for the wider area. Just get in touch if you’d like to explore options.
We provide flute lessons for children and adults, beginners, improvers and advanced. Maybe you used to play and wish to take it up again. We organise regular workshops and performances. Check out our website or Facebook for more info.
We provide lessons for adults and children of any ability. If you are uncertain about buying an instrument for your child, ask us about the Little Cellos scheme. More info on our website.
Absolutely. A well-behaved parent can be very helpful in taking notes and encouraging a young person during the week.
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