After School Music Lessons

LEARN HOW TO PLAY LIKE A PRO

The Mobile Music School run a range of after-school music lessons in secondary schools. We offer a range of class options that are outlined below:

FEATURES OF OUR AFTERSCHOOL MUSIC PROGRAMMES INCLUDE

Giving schools the opportunity to offer quality after school music tuition that is managed, organised and overseen by the Mobile Music School.

Save parents the hassle of finding music lessons outside of school.

Develop a life-long love of music in every student as their competencies as performers develops on their chosen instrument.

Prepare students to sit grade exams or their junior/ leaving cert music practical.

Why Choose Us?

Affordable

Our workshop costs are in line with JCSP grants

Fun-Filled

We enjoy working with students. Our goal is to fuel students’ creativity with engaging content.

Certificate of Participation

Each student receives a certificate of participation upon completion.

Professional Team

Our professional team of tutors are Garda vetted and adhere to child protection policies.

Our Range of Programmes are also available as Gaeilge!

Group Guitar Classes

Group guitar aims to develop each students technical and musical ability on the guitar. Through a series of technical exercises, performing along with backing tracks, learning songs and pieces of music, each student’s confidence and ability to play the guitar significantly increases. Guitar classes are aimed equally at beginners and improvers and give every student regular performance opportunities.

Other Aims include:
  • providing a fundamental understanding of musical concepts via the guitar
  • establishing a firm understanding of melody, harmony and rhythm and their relationship to the guitar
  • utilising the guitar as a tool for personal growth and as an opportunity for extra-curricular participation

One-To-One Tuition

Tuition in this area consists of a weekly 30-minute one-to-one lesson on Violin, Guitar, Piano or Singing. Lessons aim to develop each students proficiency on their chosen instrument. Ideal for beginners, improvers and advanced performers alike, these lessons aim to incorporate the musical interests of pupils. Students can choose to learn for fun or work towards grade exam.

Lessons Aim to:
  • develop the technical proficiency of every student on their chosen instrument
  • develop each students understanding of music theory and music notation
  • give students a life-long love of music

Are you another school type? Programme Descriptions

The Mobile Music School has been offering music lessons in our school since 2011. Since this time the Mobile Music School have proven to offer professional and well organised lessons, which have been enjoyed by many of our pupils as an extra curricular activity.

Patricia GordonPrincipal, Stratford College

Mobile Music was fantastic! They supplied all the instruments and the students learned different rhythms and performed together. Student feedback was brilliant, very enjoyable afternoon, highly recommended.

Helen McHughMusic Teacher, Collinstown Park Community College

The Mobile Music School provided a great activity for all of our 3rd year and TY students. It was a high energy event and all students were given an opportunity to lead the group exercises. Everyone got a chance to use the full range of percussion instruments that was available on the day.

Bernard McCormackTY Coordinator, Cabra Community College

The Mobile Music School has been offering music lessons in our school since 2011. Since this time the Mobile Music School have proven to offer professional and well organised lessons, which have been enjoyed by many of our pupils as an extra curricular activity.

Patricia GordonPrincipal, Stratford College

Mobile Music was fantastic! They supplied all the instruments and the students learned different rhythms and performed together. Student feedback was brilliant, very enjoyable afternoon, highly recommended.

Helen McHughMusic Teacher, Collinstown Park Community College

The Mobile Music School provided a great activity for all of our 3rd year and TY students. It was a high energy event and all students were given an opportunity to lead the group exercises. Everyone got a chance to use the full range of percussion instruments that was available on the day.

Bernard McCormackTY Coordinator, Cabra Community College

TY Workshops

JCSP Workshops

Short Music Programmes

Extra-Curricular Lessons