These sessions provide students with opportunities to access specialist equipment beyond class lessons. There will always be someone on hand to provide technical and musical support should students require it. When: Monday and Tuesday lunchtime, Tuesday and Thursday after school. Purpose: development and completion of improv/composition/arrangement work.
Choirs various, open to all kinds of voices and experience, no audition required. We sing in various combinations, sometimes by ear, sometimes from dots, always in parts. When: Female voices - Friday after school, Man Choir - Friday after school, Secret Choir (the clue's in the name....). Performing opportunities: Open
Open to all ages and abilities of clarinet, flute, oboe, bassoon, french horn players - small groups are created to match repertoire, and students' playing experience and skill. When: Morning registration slots and lunchtimes at a time that best suits the group members. Performing opportunities: Open evenings, Chamber concert, 'Live
The taught Music curriculum at KS3, 4, and 5 is just one of three ways in which students develop as musicians at Huntington. Beyond the classroom, students can take up or continue instrumental or vocal lessons (see Tuition page) and participate in a range of co-curricular choirs, bands and ensembles