Lewisham Music Hub is run by the Lewisham Music Service and supports and delivers music learning activities for young people aged 5 to 18 in the borough. The Music Hub is a network linking Lewisham’s schools and academies with a wide range of partner organisations.
Every week, tutors deliver vocal and instrumental tuition through individual, small group and whole class lessons to over 6,000 young people in the majority of Lewisham’s schools.
Almost 600 pupils regularly take part in the Music Hub’s diverse choirs and music ensembles in schools and centres across the borough.
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Lewisham Music Hub news
South Riverside Music Partnership (SRMP)
The SRMP is a borough-wide network committed to giving young people the best possible experience of making music. If you are a vocal/instrumental tutor, community musician or classroom music teacher, sign up to the SRMP enewsletter for sector news, training opportunities and events.
Lewisham Music Hub review
Our annual review contains an overview of our activities in 2014–2015.
Lewisham Music Service safeguarding policy
The Lewisham Music Service is committed to ensuring its activities take place within a safe and secure environment for children, staff and visitors. We aim to create an environment where children and adults will feel confident about sharing any concerns they may have about their own safety or the well‐being of others. Please see our safeguarding policy.
27 October 10am
A day of exciting orchestral music making with young musicians from across Lewisham culminating with a performance open to family and friends. Open to all Grade 1+ Orchestral Brass, Percussion, String & Woodwind players aged 9-13.
Address: PRENDERGAST VALE SCHOOL, ELMIRA STREET, LADYWELL, LONDON, SE13 7BN
A wide range of activities and classes for pupils at all stages of their music learning.
After school music groups meet in a variety of locations around Lewisham.
Find out about music lessons and ensembles that take place in schools.
We work together to provide music making opportunities for children and young people in the borough.