Book Lessons

MfL Ensembles, Choir and Orchestra 

Rehearsals held at Middlewich Primary School. CW10 9BS

Choir | 09:30 – 11:00

Orchestra | 10:30 – 12:30

Saturday 16th September

Saturday 7th October

Saturday 18th November

Saturday 9th December – Jazz Band/Orchestra/Choir joint Christmas gig – Queen St Church

Saturday 20th January

Saturday 10th February – Jazz workshop for orchestra and choir – creative project 

Saturday 16th March

Saturday 27th April

Saturday 18th May

Saturday 15th June

Saturday 13th July MinFest

Jazz Band and Jazz Orchestra

Rehearsals at The Lighthouse, Weaverham. CW8 3NJ

Jazz Band | 09:30 – 12:00

Jazz Orchestra | 12:30 – 15:30

Saturday 9th September

Saturday 14th October

Sunday 15th October – Stevie Wonder evening gig for jazz orchestra at Bowdon Rooms

Saturday 11th November

Saturday 9th December – Christmas Concert at United Reformed Church in Middlewich – whole day will be in Middlewich

Sunday 17th December – gig for jazz band and jazz orchestra at Bowdon Rooms

Saturday 13th January

Saturday 10th February

Saturday 9th March

Saturday 20th April

Saturday 11th May

Saturday 29th June

Saturday 13th July – MfL MiniFest for both bands in Middlewich

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Praise for Music for Life

Mr and Mrs Hughes, Macclesfield

We have been extremely pleased with the service you have provided over the past 9 years. Your admin has been excellent and you have always been helpful and polite. Aidan started at All Hallows with Rosie and Linda in 2010. Rosie has been a fantastic teacher for all 3 of our children, enabling them each to develop their piano playing in the different directions they have chosen: jazz/improvisation, ARSM Diploma, and a non-exam route playing for enjoyment whilst still improving technical ability. They have thoroughly enjoyed their lessons, practised hard and made amazing progress. Credit is due to Rosie for treating them each as individuals and being flexible and creative enough to develop their own interests and coach them through the dreaded aural tests!
Linda was also fantastic teaching Aidan clarinet and enabled him to achieve the ARSM Diploma. With her encouragement Aidan now also regularly plays saxophone and is heavily in music at University: chamber, jazz and musicals. Our children also really enjoyed the jazz workshops you ran at All Hallows on a couple of occasions.
Many thanks to you all, and we hope you are able to continue to provide your excellent service to many more youngsters.

Dr Sims, Upton, Wirral

In 2 short years, my daughter has progressed to now starting work on grade 4 flute. We are absolutely delighted with this and so very grateful to Mrs Oade who has inspired and encouraged Rebekah so much. The standard of her teaching has been second to none and Rebekah has consistently undertaken her practice with no prompting.  We are now re-locating and can only hope that Rebekah’s new teacher is anywhere near as excellent as Mrs Oade.

Thank you to ‘Music for Life’. Rebekah was schooled in the private sector for prep and had music lessons arranged with individual instrument teachers. The system was nowhere near as efficient and required significantly more monitoring and intervention on my part. Please do keep doing what you’re doing, I’m sure it is changing so many young persons lives for the better!

Mrs Batchelor, Chester

I just wanted to say thank you to his tutors and MfL for inspiring my son and being brilliant, encouraging teachers. It has been a great experience for him. He is autistic and we have been amazed how he has progressed. It has given him confidence and been a calming influence for him.

Mrs Lavelle, Altrincham

Your emphasis on inclusion and excellence in seemingly equal measure is really remarkable. The performances were much more joyful and committed than anything we have seen before from people of that age and experience. Your choice of music, the type of arranging and the personalities of the people you employ clearly works very well and is something of a special formula.

Mrs Sadler, Crewe

As someone who has always taken a sympathetic and supportive interest in our daughter (whom you know to be severely /profoundly deaf ) we thought you would want to know that she has won a National competition for deaf musicians! Her prize includes a 2 day Masterclass, taught by specialists of national repute and then she is playing at the Birmingham Rep Theatre. Well done Mrs Turner and Music For Life!