NCYM is the flagship Music School of Norfolk Music Hub and Guildhall School of Music & Drama, London.

Dates

NCYM sessions will run on the following dates. For more info on timetables click here.

Saturday 22 September

Saturday 29 September

Saturday 6 October

Saturday 13th October

Saturday 03 November

Saturday 10 November

Saturday 17 November

Saturday 24 November

Saturday 01 December

Saturday 08 December

Saturday 12 January

Saturday 19 January

Saturday 26 January

Saturday 2 February

Saturday 09 February

Saturday 2 March

Saturday 9 March

Saturday 16 March

Saturday 23rd March

Saturday 30 March

Saturday 27 April

Saturday 04 May

Saturday 11 May

Saturday 18 May

Saturday 8 June

Saturday 15 June

Saturday 22 June

Saturday 29 June

Saturday 06 July

Saturday 13th July


  • 06
    06.January.Saturday

    NCYM Classes

    09:00 -13:30
    06/01/18
    The Arc, City of Norwich School
    Eaton Road, Norwich NR4 6PP
  • 13
    13.January.Saturday

    NCYM Classes

    09:00 -13:30
    13/01/18
    The Arc, City of Norwich School
    Eaton Road, Norwich NR4 6PP
  • 20
    20.January.Saturday

    NCYM Classes

    09:00 -13:30
    20/01/18
    The Arc, City of Norwich School
    Eaton Road, Norwich NR4 6PP
  • 27
    27.January.Saturday

    NCYM Classes & Student Platform Concert

    09:00 -13:30
    27/01/18
    The Arc, City of Norwich School
    Eaton Road, Norwich NR4 6PP
    Junior Improvising Orchestra – Student Platform Concert – 27th January 2018, 1.40pm
     
    The Junior Improvising Orchestra continues to develop its musical skills and is presenting a programme that links to musical ideas found in the music of Claude Debussy. He was a keen improviser and there are references to him improvising for hours when friends came to his apartment. It will be a 100 years since the composer’s death on 23rd March and it will be prescient to make a connection with his improvisatory approach to music-making. Many of the pieces in the programme use elements of Debussy’s music with the added creative energies of the ensemble’s player/composers.
     
    The musicians have been developing skills that focus on listening, responding and creating music based on unusual scales and harmonies, as well as having fun with different approaches to composition.

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