After-School Music Clubs

A first step in making music with others

After-school music clubs, also known as Music Schools, take place in primary and secondary schools after school. They can take the form of choirs, bands, orchestras, percussion, composition and general musicianship – depending on the school.

Music Schools offer a rich musical experience and are a great introduction to playing and writing together. Musicians can be of any ability or just have the desire to do something musical.

You don’t need to be attending the school they are held at to come along.

Skill level

You can be of any standard. Complete beginners are welcome


£35 a term

Join here

Just print off and fill in this booking form

ensembles-and-music-schools-brochure-2016-17.pdf (1.41 MB)

and then post it to us with payment at:
Cambridgeshire Music, 36 Mayfield Road, Huntingdon PE29 1NL

Venues and times

St Alban’s Music School
St Alban’s Catholic Primary School
Tuesdays 3.30-5pm
Designed for: beginner instrumental players and singers. There is an orchestra, and string, brass and wind groups.

Bassingbourn Music School
Bassingbourn Community Primary School
Thursdays 3.30-5pm
Designed for: All students interested in making music together

St Peter’s Music School
St Peter’s School, Huntingdon
Thursdays 3.30-5pm
Designed for: all students interested in making music and in dance. There is a choir, steel pans, keyboard group, music technology, and dance.


“Music Club is where I can get away from all my worries once a week”


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