Your Space Music Lessons

NorthStarWorldwide is delighted to be partnering with ‘Your Space Music Lessons’ to bring high quality musical instrument tuition to our families around the world. Since its launch on the remote Scottish island of North Uist in 2013 Your Space Music Lessons has revolutionised music tuition via its innovative use of new technology.

As learning an instrument is a practical activity, Your Space Music Lessons uses Skype to teach their pupils in live interactive lessons. Teachers are appointed based on exceptional instrumental qualifications, teaching / performing experience, and are subject to a DBS check. They are equipped and trained to deliver effective music lessons online and form a family of music teachers supported by the Your Space Music Lessons office team. A shared vision of reaching out with high quality education programmes is key to the partnership, and brings extra colour and diversity within NorthStarWorldwide’s learning opportunities.

Your Space Music Lessons Director, Abigail Steele says “We hope the opportunity to learn an instrument will inspire NorthStarWorldwide pupils and their families. We’re aiming to teach those who would not ordinarily get the chance to learn, to achieve that would be incredibly worthwhile.”

Steve Richards, NorthStarWorldwide’s Educational Director, commenting upon this exciting new link-up, said “Education is not just about passing exams, it is about exposing young people to a a broader cultural heritage. Our work with Your Space Music Lessons is all about two innovative companies working together to provide families with a richer learning experience wherever they are in the world!”

Instruments available for tuition are piano, flute, violin, clarinet, accordion, oboe, guitar, saxophone and voice

The exclusive partnership will give NorthStarWorldwide pupils their first 5 lessons at £10 each in addition to a free taster session. To qualify for this special offer families must be enrolled in at least one full course with NorthStarWorldwide . Visit the Your Space Music Lessons web site to find out more?

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