Updated 05.10.21

HALF TERM HOLIDAY

We are now closed for Half Term

Open for lessons as usual from Saturday 30th October

--------------------------

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

Opening Policy from 4th January 2021

31st

Dec

2020

1st January 2021

NMA returns to teaching on January 4th, with lessons according to our usual timetable. However, with the public health situation as it presently is, there will inevitably be some changes.

Our policy from January 4th therefore is that though our teachers will work from their usual studios, we will actively encourage our students wherever possible to take lessons online rather than in person. For those students who do not have online access, lessons will continue at the Academy as usual. The aim of this policy, which is for the safety and well being of all parties, is to reduce to a minimum any personal contact at this crucial time in the course of the pandemic.

The newly emerged strain of the virus is highly transmissable, and our view is that we don’t yet know enough about the conditions which favour transmission. Therefore, the safest thing, it seems to us, is for everyone to minimise contact with each other.

For this hopefully brief period, we envisage a much reduced number of students attending lessons in person, including those for whom online lessons have not worked well already. If you feel you are able to get by with online lessons, then this is what we recommend for you.

Please note, this is our standard advice, and your own situation may vary according to the understanding you come to with your own individual teacher.