Updated 05.10.21

HALF TERM HOLIDAY

We are now closed for Half Term

Open for lessons as usual from Saturday 30th October

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It's autumn, the nights are drawing in, and suddenly indoors is the place to be. And what better way to spend your time than finally taking up a musical instrument, like you've always wanted to do?

Stop yearning and start learning with Northern Music Academy.

There's so much on offer, from Guitar to Banjo, Piano to Composition, plus online lessons too. Want to learn woodwind? We offer Flute and Saxophone lessons. Fancy Singing or Bass Guitar? No problem, just email or give us a call.

At long last. learn music - there may never be a better better time than right now.

News * Developments * Updates

Ian Clayton tells ‘A Northern Music Story’

07th

Oct

2019

Some years ago, in the course of my work, I met Ian Clayton for the first time. Ian had brought his son, Edward, to try out out for piano lessons. At age 4, Edward had just expressed an interest in learning piano, and so began a teaching relationship that took our families’ through Edward’s growing up years and led to lasting friendship.

Fast forward to today, and Edward works in adult education, but music remains a big part of his life, and he plays piano regularly with The Glass Caves. When I mentioned to Ian that we were updating the Northern Music Academy website, he was kind enough to volunteer a story for publication on the website, and the completed story duly landed in my in-box the very next day.

This lovely story tells of a child’s musical journey, from a family point of view. A simple tale, told with great tenderness from the perspective of a loving parent, this edifying story is now available to read in the news posts on the new Northern Music Academy website. I find it quite moving; perhaps you will too. I commend it to you.