In Harmony Lambeth aims to provide local children as young as four with opportunities to grow and develop both socially and musically. The project is being supported with £1 million in funding.
As part of the project, a fun and FREE week of musical mornings open to children on the Lansdowne Green estate will be taking place from 3rd to 7th August in the Community Hall from 9am to 12.30pm for 7 to 10 year olds. No music experience necessary. Please call Donna Pieters on 07912 476928 for further information.
There are free music classes starting in September for other local residents, 7 to 10 year olds can join in learning string instruments, violin, viola or cello on Wednesdays from 4 to 5.30pm. Sessions with the early years group from 0 to 6 years olds will explore music through play, using instruments, puppets, drums and singing, and take place from 11am to 12noon on Thursdays. Classes will be held in the Community Hall, 283-291 Wandsworth Road.
Brendon Le Page is head of Lambeth Music Service and theman leading the In Harmony project.“My aim in Lambeth is to offer along experience of music for everychild. I’m always looking for ways inwhich we can reach more children,especially those children who don’tnormally access music education ontheir own and need an opportunity.”
*This story is from "Home Ground" the excellent magazine produced by Hyde Southbank Homes. The full copy of the magazine is available to download here: http://www.stockwellcommunity.com/content/view/43/88/