At Chetham’s we believe that everyone should have opportunity to experience music in a relevant, dynamic way. Independently and in partnership with other organisations, we offer interactive learning projects for individuals, schools and other community groups.
Our activities include workshops and performances for schools, large-scale community performances and collaborations, family concerts and events, commissions, supporting ensembles, CPD for teachers and much more.
Why not visit our interactive area? You can choose your character and then explore. There are games and quizzes and lots of things to do. Or check out Outreach events – our programme includes concerts, masterclasses and more so find out What’s On, and come & join us. You could also have a look at our Resources area where we have created some fantastic music activities, suitable for all ages, that you can enjoy. There are also some great resources from other organisations for you to try too.
Of course, much of our work takes place here at Chetham’s but we also love to go out to visit schools and other venues. If you are a classroom or instrumental teacher, you can find out more on this site about how we could work with you. Contact us here to get involved! If you are a potential partner, drop us a line. If you are already involved in one of our projects, this is where you can log in to get more info and join in the conversation!
Please note – our website is a work in progress and may not be perfect. We’ve aimed to get it right and make it friendly but if you spot a mistake or think we could do better – get in touch. We’d love to know what you think.
We are very grateful for the support of The Michael Bishop Foundation, Zochonis Charitable Trust, The Hargreaves and Ball Family Trust, The Booth Charities, the Beaverbrooks Charitable Trust and our many other generous supporters, without whom none of our activity would be possible.
The development of this website was supported by funding from a number of funders including Arts Council England Catalyst Fund