Music is an important part of children and young people’s learning. Every week we reach over 5,000 young people in music-making opportunities in the borough in schools and beyond.
Instrumental and vocal lessons are provided in most of the borough’s schools as well as a wide range of lessons, bands and choirs and ensembles of all shapes and sizes in after school centres and the Saturday music centre.
Lewisham Music Service is the lead partner in the Lewisham Music Hub, a new network of local and regional music organisations supporting music learning in and out of school across the borough and beyond for young people aged 5 to 18.
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Blackheath Halls 25 September 7.30PM
An entertaining and informative evening of music exploring what it feels like to live with bipolar disorder.
Lewisham Library 18 October 2pm
Make a Caribbean musical instrument.
Downham Library 28 October 2pm
Make music in half term: Black History Month.
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.