Musicale Holidays

Summer Holiday Music Courses for Children

Summer Music Courses Are Great Fun for Children

What are the Musicale Holidays

Gill and David Johnston have masterminded Musicale Holidays since its beginning in 1977.

Their passion is to involve children in meaningful and, above all, enjoyable music making. Many of their staff grew up attending a summer Musicale, and now they are passing on their enthusiasm to the next generation of young musicians.

Our week long summer holiday music programs take place from 9.30 – 4.00 daily in Harpenden, Cambridge, Caterham, Guildford and Leeds. Once you get to the booking page you will see the dates for each course on the Course: ‘choose an option’ drop down.

Holiday Courses available for 2018

We offer 4 types of holiday courses and they are available across various locations.

Instrumental Courses

The programme is all about producing a fantastic concert at the end of the week in front of a friendly audience of families and friends.

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Step-Up to Music

Step-Up to Music! will explore aspects of music making through activities which will include performing songs and creating sound pictures.

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Young Artists’ Programme

This programme guarantees a very high standard of music making in our Symphony and Wind Orchestras. There is also a residential option available.

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Let’s Make a Musical

This exciting and very popular course involves singing, dancing and acting and students will develop skills for working as a team.

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What people say about our holidays

The end of the week concert was truly inspirational and I am full of admiration for all the staff.-
This has been the best week ever. I can't wait for next year.-
I have just realised that I have done a year's practice in a week, and my playing has come on in leaps and bounds.-
'The standard of the Musicale Young Artists' Programme is always outstanding, and the fact that so many young people from all over Britain want to take part simply endorses the excellence of the training given during the courses.' - Hertfordshire Advertiser