School opens for 2019

2019-02-26 06:01
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The Cape Town Music Assembly Music School will open for intake on Saturday 2 March.

The school is situated at Fairmount High School in Grassy Park and is open to all between the ages of 10 and 25.

“Cape Town Music Assembly is there to help our youth to become great musicians one day by teaching them how to play an instrument and master it,” says Eugene Jenniker, Director of Cape Town Music Assembly Music School.

They currently cover Woodwind, Brass, Strings and percussion instruments.

The school started in October 2015.

“Music is a discipline which is very important to our youth. We also saw the need in our communities. The youth in Cape Town is our main priority. At the moment we have about 30 students. Our aim is to involve more youth in Cape Town to take part of this opportunity,” says Jenniker.

“We prepare students for external music exams via Royal school and Trinity which will help them to apply for the Navy, Army or Police band or even study music further at University. We strictly follow the syllabus of Royal school and Trinity for grading.”

The registration fee is R80 and lessons per month costs R80.

“We try our best to accommodate everybody that’s why our lessons are affordable,” says Jenniker.

Registration will take place Fairmount High School tomorrow, Wednesday 27 February from 16:00 to 18:00.

The Cape Town Music Assembly Music School will open for intake on Saturday 2 March.

The school is situated at Fairmount High School in Grassy Park and is open to all between the ages of 10 and 25.

“Cape Town Music Assembly is there to help our youth to become great musicians one day by teaching them how to play an instrument and master it,” says Eugene Jenniker, Director of Cape Town Music Assembly Music School.

They currently cover Woodwind, Brass, Strings and percussion instruments.

The school started in October 2015.

“Music is a discipline which is very important to our youth. We also saw the need in our communities.

“The youth in Cape Town is our main priority.

“At the moment we have about 30 students. Our aim is to involve more youth in Cape Town to take part of this opportunity,” says Jenniker.

“We prepare students for external music exams via Royal school and Trinity which will help them to apply for the Navy, Army or Police band or even study music further at University.

“We strictly follow the syllabus of Royal school and Trinity for grading.”

The registration fee is R80 and lessons per month costs R80.

“We try our best to accommodate everybody that’s why our lessons are affordable,” says Jenniker.

Registration will take place Fairmount High School tomorrow, Wednesday 27 February from 16:00 to 18:00.

The Cape Town Music Assembly Music School will open for intake on Saturday 2 March.

The school is situated at Fairmount High School in Grassy Park and is open to all between the ages of 10 and 25.

“Cape Town Music Assembly is there to help our youth to become great musicians one day by teaching them how to play an instrument and master it,” says Eugene Jenniker, Director of Cape Town Music Assembly Music School.

They currently cover Woodwind, Brass, Strings and percussion instruments.

The school started in October 2015.

“Music is a discipline which is very important to our youth. We also saw the need in our communities. The youth in Cape Town is our main priority. At the moment we have about 30 students. Our aim is to involve more youth in Cape Town to take part of this opportunity,” says Jenniker.

“We prepare students for external music exams via Royal school and Trinity which will help them to apply for the Navy, Army or Police band or even study music further at University.

“We strictly follow the syllabus of Royal school and Trinity for grading.”

The registration fee is R80 and lessons per month costs R80.

“We try our best to accommodate everybody that’s why our lessons are affordable,” says Jenniker.

Registration will take place Fairmount High School tomorrow, Wednesday 27 February from 16:00 to 18:00.

The Cape Town Music Assembly Music School will open for intake on Saturday 2 March.

The school is situated at Fairmount High School in Grassy Park and is open to all between the ages of 10 and 25.

“Cape Town Music Assembly is there to help our youth to become great musicians one day by teaching them how to play an instrument and master it,” says Eugene Jenniker, Director of Cape Town Music Assembly Music School.

They currently cover Woodwind, Brass, Strings and percussion instruments. The school started in October 2015. “Music is a discipline which is very important to our youth. We also saw the need in our communities. The youth in Cape Town is our main priority. At the moment we have about 30 students. Our aim is to involve more youth in Cape Town to take part of this opportunity,” says Jenniker. “We prepare students for external music exams via Royal school and Trinity which will help them to apply for the Navy, Army or Police band or even study music further at University. We strictly follow the syllabus of Royal school and Trinity for grading.”

The registration fee is R80 and lessons per month costs R80.

Registration will take place Fairmount High School tomorrow, Wednesday 27 February from 16:00 to 18:00.

The Cape Town Music Assembly Music School will open for intake on Saturday 2 March.The school is situated at Fairmount High School in Grassy Park and is open to all between the ages of 10 and 25.“Cape Town Music Assembly is there to help our youth to become great musicians one day by teaching them how to play an instrument and master it,” says Eugene Jenniker, Director of Cape Town Music Assembly Music School.

They currently cover Woodwind, Brass, Strings and percussion instruments. The school started in October 2015.“Music is a discipline which is very important to our youth. We also saw the need in our communities. The youth in Cape Town is our main priority. At the moment we have about 30 students. Our aim is to involve more youth in Cape Town to take part of this opportunity,” says Jenniker.

“We prepare students for external music exams via Royal school and Trinity which will help them to apply for the Navy, Army or Police band or even study music further at University. We strictly follow the syllabus of Royal school and Trinity for grading.”

The registration fee is R80 and lessons per month costs R80.“We try our best to accommodate everybody that’s why our lessons are affordable,” says Jenniker.

Registration will take place Fairmount High School tomorrow, (27 February) from 16:00 to 18:00.

The Cape Town Music Assembly Music School will open for intake on Saturday 2 March.

The school is situated at Fairmount High School in Grassy Park and is open to all between the ages of 10 and 25.

“Cape Town Music Assembly is there to help our youth to become great musicians one day by teaching them how to play an instrument and master it,” says Eugene Jenniker, Director of Cape Town Music Assembly Music School.

They currently cover Woodwind, Brass, Strings and percussion instruments.

The school started in October 2015.

“Music is a discipline which is very important to our youth. We also saw the need in our communities. The youth in Cape Town is our main priority. At the moment we have about 30 students. Our aim is to involve more youth in Cape Town to take part of this opportunity,” says Jenniker.

“We prepare students for external music exams via Royal school and Trinity which will help them to apply for the Navy, Army or Police band or even study music further at University.

“We strictly follow the syllabus of Royal school and Trinity for grading.”

The registration fee is R80 and lessons per month costs R80.

“We try our best to accommodate everybody that’s why our lessons are affordable,” says Jenniker.

Registration will take place Fairmount High School tomorrow, Wednesday 27 February from 16:00 to 18:00.

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