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How to contact us

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New recruits

We also welcome contact from potential music leaders interested in presenting and promoting any of our musical sessions. The ideal recruit is someone who sings in tune, loves and protects people of all ages, and enjoys building relationship. You also have your own transport and are interested in building your involvement to suit your lifestyle. Rates of pay are commensurate with experience, based on Musicians Union rates.

Contact details

Email: frances@musicaliti.co.uk

Telephone: 01204 595 680

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“This is the only session where he will stop and join in”

“This is the first time she crawled”

Said at a baby session for 0-2 year olds

“This is where he started singing”

“He’s started holding his ukulele just like you hold your guitar”

“She’s memorised the words to that new song, here’s the video”

“The huge variety of instruments is the biggest reason that we love having you”

“She’s suddenly stopping herself and giving other children a turn”

“He got the whole family to sit in a circle and pass the instruments in turn”

“She’s always talking about you, so mum wanted to get you a Christmas gift”

“Could you recommend a ukulele book? I had to get her one for her birthday”

“After attending your nursery music and then afterschool music club, he is in year 6, doing grade 6 music exams”

“Could you please consider teaching private guitar to my 6 year old and ukulele to my 4 year old – this is such an accessible way into music”

“She was so anxious and frustrated, and that all seems to have been channelled into practise”

“He’s changed to a private school and they are so impressed with his maths ability – I credit your music teaching”

“Could you also teach my secondary school child? You must be so good, I (dad) may have to book a few lessons with you”

“He was so uncertain about doing anything in public, and this session has given him so much confidence that he wants to perform for his school”

“He was so uncertain about doing anything in public, and this session has given him so much confidence that he wants to perform for his school”

“Please can you hold another session, he would like them every month – or fortnightly”

“She’s going to enter Britain’s Got Talent, she won’t put her guitar down”

“Aah, brilliant, this is the best bit, you brought the ukuleles!”

“That was so cool, the way we played it all together at the same time”

“Can he start guitar lessons with you? He loved trying out the electric guitar”

“I felt awful before we got here but now that we’ve sung, I feel so much better, you just forget your problems”

“Choir has really improved my confidence, there was this job going and I decided to go to the interview – and I got it”

“It’s so good to forget about your day and just sing”

“After your music training, one of the students taught herself ukulele and planned her demonstration lesson around it”

“The students got a great feel for not only holding the session, but what it would feel like as a child in a session”

“We would love you to teach with us more often, could you apply for a job here?”

“It was really good singing all those old songs – are you coming again?”