Welcome to the
Ladywood Community School of usic
Founded by: Andy Hamilton, MBE MA Fellow of the Birmingham Conservatoire; 1918 - 2012
The Violin class at theusic School has now reopened under the tutorship of Rochelle Belnavis, Granddaughter of the great Andy Hamilton. We are currently looking for students to build up the class.
The usic School is currently looking for new funding, donations or sponsorship. Donations can be sent by cheque, made payable to "Ladywood Commnity School of Music" and mailed to
The Ladywood Community School of Music,
C/O The Ladywood Community and Health Centre,
St Vincent Street West,
Ladywood B16 8RP
Offers of funding or sponsorship should be sent to Maureen Davis at the above address or emailed to email@example.com. Alternatively you can phone Richard on 07905 559 167 or 0121 455 9454
Specialising in Jazz, Latin American and Blues the Ladywood Community School of Music aims to bring affordable, quality musical tuition to the heart of Ladywood. We cater for children and adults of all ages and abilities.
We currently run classes on the Saxophone, Violin, Piano/Keyboards, Guitar and Drums and students have the opportunity to develop and showcase their talents through Band development Workshops and concerts put on by the School, as well as at gigs where Andy Hamilton showcases new talent.
Classes are currently between 6 and 7 pm on Thursday evenings, priced £2.50(conc) or £3.50(full).
*We can teach other instruments subject to interest.
We are looking for a volunteer with secretarial/admin/finance skills to support the Board of Trustees in managing and developing the music school.
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will find us at:
The Ladywood Community and Health Centre, St Vincent Street West, Ladywood B16 8RP
Or you can contact us by emailing email@example.com, phoning Richard on 07905 559 167 or 0121 455 9454, or filling in the form on our contact page.
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The Ladywood Community School of Music would like to thank Birmingham City Council for their continued support.