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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…

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See also

Music Tuition for AllA School of Friends


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Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Anyone Fancy Learning the Euphonium - Loan Instrument Available

HUMSA has a euphonium which is available for loan to anyone who wishes to learn this instrument at the Huntingdonshire Music School. It is part of the brass family and smaller and therefore more practical than the tuba. It is a solo instrument (meaning it often features on its own) and is an important instrument in a brass band although it can be played in a wind band, military band and orchestra so there are a wide variety of styles of music available to the euphonium player. It produces a gorgeous warm sound.

Famous euphonium players include Nicholas Childs (Black Dyke) his son, David Childs (Cory) and Stephen Mead (Royal Northern College of Music).

At the moment we have just the one loan instrument available (courtesy of Sean Pagington and First Brass) but if needed we’ll try and obtain more loan instruments.

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See also

Anyone Interested in Learning the Tuba?Learn to Play Pretty Much Any Instrument


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Sunday, March 13, 2011

Want to Sing with a Big Band as Your Backing Group? Sing with Swing Workshop (19th March)


Saturday 19th March, 2pm – 5pm and Sunday 20th March, 10am – 6pm, Buckden

The Sing with Swing Workshop 2011 is being led by professional singer, Bridget Hardy in Buckden on the afternoon of Saturday 19th March 2011, 2pm – 5pm and the morning of Sunday 20th March, 10am – 1pm. The workshop will include individual master classes and cover singing in the swing style and microphone technique.

At 2pm the HuMS Big Band will join the workshop providing live backing for all the singers. Please select three songs from the provided list at the time of booking.

Participants may be invited to join the HuMS Big Band in a fund raising concert on Friday 25th March, 7.30pm – a great opportunity to lead a song and show off to friends and family the skills learnt and developed at the Sing with Swing Workshop 2011. Tickets for this event will be on sale at the workshop, costing just £5.

For further details contact Julian, tel. 07791 723 852

There are only 20 workshop places in total so don’t hang around!

This workshop has been organised by HuMSA (Huntingdonshire Music School Association), a registered charity supporting musical education in the Huntingdonshire region through provision of bursaries to children and other activities

See also

Sing with Swing (25th March 2011)

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