Inspire your child
through music
Award winning musical experiences for children aged 4-11

First Steps

Welcome to The Strings Club! I am really excited to be helping your child begin their musical journey with us today.

As a mum myself, I fully understand the array of children’s activities out there. I also know it’s finding the right one for your child that really matters. If you’re looking for an activity for your child that ignites their love of all things music, then you’ve come to the right place….

To make it easier for you, I’ve thought about all of the things that excited me when I was first introduced to music and put together some fun activities to guide you and your child through your first steps. I hope you find them enjoyable as we did creating them.” Director, Amy Cunningham

Get started in 4 steps
1. Be Creative

Igniting your child’s love of music can start with some fun-filled creativity! Why not download our Activity page, print and ask your child to complete. It’s packed full of educational activities that will encourage them to leave all about the strings family whilst having a great time!

2. Listen

Inspiration comes in many different forms and I think there is no better way to first experience the joys of variety than listening to a range of inspirational pieces of music. Take a look at my Recommended Listening page where I have listed a number of my favourites alongside some fun facts and easy clicks to locate the song on either Spotify or YouTube.

3. Play

Choosing an instrument for your child to learn can be a difficult and expensive process. That’s why at our Discovery Days, your child will be able to try out two new instruments of their choice and experience two 20 minute lessons – all for free.

4. Watch 

At The Strings Club, we are very lucky to have some of the UK’s best string teachers so we asked them to put together their own personal tips for beginners. Have a look at our brand new YouTube channel to introduce your child to the violin, ukulele, guitar and cello!

 

Get started and find your nearest Strings Club here

 

 

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