Huntingdonshire Music School Association


Welcome

image Welcome to the Huntingdonshire Music School and Huntingdonshire Music School Association (HUMSA) - one of the Internet’s best kept secrets!

Whilst we may not brag very much, the school is very much a place of musical excellence where adults and children can learn an instrument and play with others in a relaxed and friendly setting.

We have an ‘open door’ policy so why not come in to see us on a Saturday morning and see what a few hundred people get up to in the name of music. We can’t promise that it will make you more attractive to the opposite sex or provide superhuman powers. We can, however, promise you fun and the ability to take up something that might very well change your life.

Sit back, relax and explore…

A snippet of the calendar

 

See also

Music Tuition for AllA School of Friends


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Thursday, July 22, 2010

Bursaries for Young Students - Help With Tuition Fees

Huntingdonshire Music School Association work to raise funding for bursaries for Music School students.  We are fortunate in having a number of benefactors, including the Huntingdon Freemen’s Charity.

Each year we encourage students, and parents/guardians of students under 18, to apply for a bursary.  This is usually the cost of one term’s tuition.  However, we cannot guarantee that funds will always be available.  Each application is treated in the strictest confidence and the details are only know to the Chairman and the Treasurer of the association, and the Director of the Music School.  Application forms are available from the office and we advise students of the details for each year, via the internal music school Leger Lines newsletter.

Please note that some of these benefactors apply restrictions on access to a bursary, for example based on age or home address e.g. for Freemen’s bursaries.  For students who do not fall within the access requirements we are also consider the availability of Association funds to provide bursaries.

See also

Learn to Play Pretty Much Any InstrumentContact Us!


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Friday, April 10, 2009

Social ITes Us, Yes - Facebook Group Created

Recognising the social side of t’Internet which suits us down to the ground - as we’re a pretty social organisation - I thought it might be an idea to create a Huntingdonshire Music School group on Facebook. Everyone has their favourite apps, sites and ways of using the technology so it just seemed sensible to provide those with a Facebook account (seemingly almost anyone of any age nowadays) with a way to keep up with us.

As with all the Facebook groups it provides:-

  • a’wall’ on which to place short comments
  • discussion topics
  • a place to see forthcoming events
  • a place to upload photos and videos associate with the music school

Please have a look and, if you want to take part, join!

 

See also

Widget to View Photos From Huntingdonshire Music School Flickr GroupHuntingdonshire Music School Group on Flickr

Forums

See discussion thread in forums


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