Your free F.A.M.E music sessions are here.....
Any child who has just started playing an instrument now has the perfect opportunity to hone their skills with GM’s expert tutors.
Gloucestershire Music is able to offer additional support through their F.A.M.E. Academies in Gloucester, Stroud and the Forest of Dean – and they are FREE.
Nick Steel (Music Service School's Manager) said: "Joining one of our F.A.M.E. Academies is a great way to improve musicianship and hone young musician's skills. Playing in a group or small ensemble is an essential part of developing any young musician's ability."
F.A.M.E. sessions last for 45 - 60 minutes and are designed to improve ensemble skills through rhythm games, singing and practical music making.
F.A.M.E. can compliment lessons that your child may be receiving at school or at home and provides a gentle introduction to your local music centre.
If you have just started playing an instrument, then join us and become a F.A.M.E. musician.
BBC Radio Gloucestershire is helping us promote our F.A.M.E. sessions and our adult Learn As You Play Programmes.
Visit our LAYP page for more info
Five Valleys Music Centre
(Stroud and District)
F.A.M.E meets at 10:15 - 11:15
Full centre times 09:30 - 12:3
More details here
Brookfield Music Centre
(Gloucester & Cheltenham)
Sir Thomas Rich’s School
F.A.M.E meets at 11:30 - 12:30
Full centre times 09:30 - 12:30
Forest of Dean Area Wind Band
(Forest of Dean)
Forest High School
F.A.M.E meets at 10:00 - 11:00
Full centre times 10:00 - 12:00
If you wish to join F.A.M.E. you may contact us directly at email@example.com
Please follow this link to download the form, complete and return to us. You may attend a few sessions first to see if your young musicians enjoys being a F.A.M.E. musician.
We hope you will make the most of this opportunity and look forward to seeing you at a music centre soon.
EXTRA SUPPORT JUST FOR YOU
Visit our 'Advice for Beginners' page here for details of resources and advice.
Extra free printed resources can be found here including some easy Christmas Carols
YouTube YouTube is a great resource for finding tips and advice. GM has created their own series of YouTube videos called GET PLAYING. Click here to find out more. Once on YouTube click on the play list you require, either woodwind, percussion, strings or brass.