The Strings Club is very proud to announce two exciting new partnerships in 2017, with pre-school music organisation Rhythm Time and the truly delicious Boston Tea Party adding to their already very successful relationship with Music Medals (The Royal Schools of Music).
"It is with great excitement that we are launching new partnerships with these wonderful organisations. We inspire children through music and by working with Rhythm Time, Boston Tea Party and Music Medals we are able to provide even more enriching experiences for children throughout their musical journey with us," quotes Amy Cunningham, Director - The Strings Club.
Offering weekly classes for newborns to pre-school children, Rhythm Time are perfectly placed to start every child’s musical journey before joining The Strings Club at age 4. Founder Kathy Doolan states “We are delighted to be in partnership with The Strings Club and it is a very exciting opportunity for our pupils. Our courses are a perfect preparation for playing any string instrument and this partnership means our pupils can progress onto the next step in their musical journey.”
Boston Tea Party
With a range of delicious cakes, organic dishes as well as some yummy coffee, funky independent café Boston Tea Party is teaming up with The Strings Club. The special new partnership will see The Strings Club’s award-winning Discovery Days taking place at a range of Boston Tea Party venues across the Midlands.
Music Medals (The Royal School of Music)
The Strings Club is incredibly proud to be partners with Music Medals, a fantastic award scheme established and run by the Associated Board of The Royal Schools of Music (ABRSM). Whereas typically it might take over a year for a beginner to reach the standard to enter for Grade 1, Music Medals can be achieved every term giving your child something really rewarding to practice towards.
Stronger Together - The Strings Club understands the powerful impact music has on a child’s development - benefiting everything from confidence and skills to educational attainment - and want all children to be inspired by music. Strong partnerships with like-minded organisations such as Rhythm Time, Boston Tea Party and Music Medals supports The Strings Club’s ethos and makes everyone stronger. More information on The Strings Club can be found at www.thestringsclub.org/
Posted: 30th Oct 2017