Ashley Music School

Instrumental & Choral Groups

In addition to one-to-one tuition, AMS provides the opportunity for group-work, both instrumental & choral.
This is especially valuable experience for young players, as well as being highly enjoyable! No charge is made for participation in these groups, and they are open to anyone who has a connection with the school. A number of parents of pupils are enthusiastic members. An adult choir: "Ashley Voices & Music Consort", is affiliated with the school.

The various groups are listed below:


(If after reading about the groups below you would like to find out more about the possibility of joining one please click here)

Advanced & Junior Instrumental Groups

Including Flutes, oboe, violins, soprano, alto & bass clarinets, alto & tenor saxophones, & cello
Our band practices are on Thursday for half an hour between 6:00pm and 6:30pm
and the advanced group meets on Fridays at 7:00pm till 8:00pm

Advanced & Junior Choirs

AMS Choir meets on Fridays at 8:00pm till 9:00pm

Advanced & Junior Recorder Groups

Including Descant, Treble, Tenor, & Bass Recorders
AMS Recorders meet on Wednesday at 7:15pm


Ashley Voices and Music Consort

to read more about this choir please click here

NOTE: Membership of the Advanced Choir or Advanced Instrumental Group is available to musicians who have no other connection with the school, by audition & payment of a small monthly subscription.
Membership of "Ashley Voices & Music Consort" is by audition & annual subscription.


Music Club

Do you play an instrument? Are you a singer?
you may want to join our music club which will be fun whilst helping to further ensemble skills.
This is not a group designed to take the place of one to one tuition
but we are aiming to create a collection of new musical ensembles meeting on a regular basis.
We invite musicians of all ages and abilities to apply to join this new music club.
More info: amsprojects@webplus.net (Small participation fee)

CLICK HERE TO JOIN A GROUP



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