Our approach to music education
- Music is a significant and integral part of education offered at St Andrew’s Cathedral School.
- Our aim is to provide students with a high quality Music education in a fun environment.
- We promote and reward hard work and we continually strive to achieve the best results for each student.
First class facilities
The Music department contains classrooms and specialist instrumental teaching areas, as well as practice rooms for ensemble and individual teaching programmes. More than 500 students undertake advanced instrument and/or choral tuition within the school. St Andrew’s Cathedral, the dedicated Fairfax Music Room, the Heath Centre and Town Hall Square are the major performance spaces utilised by students.
The school offers a range of individual and group lessons for various instruments including:
|Double Bass||Harpsichord||Electric guitar|
|Harp||Flute / Piccolo||Bass Guitar|
|Trombone||Bass Clarinet||Orchestral Percussion|
|French Horn||Alto Saxophone||Voice|
|Tenor Horn||Tenor Saxophone||Musicianship – Private|
|Euphonium||Baritone Saxophone||Musicianship – Group|
The tuition costs associated with learning an instrument will vary depending on the instrument chosen and the level of achievement.