Friday, 27 January 2017

Music to their Ears

A sprung floor, combined with sound panels on the walls and ceiling, provide optimal
acoustics in our new music rooms.

Our new music rooms offer our students everything they need to take their playing to the next level.


Improving as a musician takes, practice, practice and more practice - and being able to hear yourself play when you do it. For this reason, practice spaces are a key feature of the new music rooms. Soundproof practice rooms, in addition to a vestibule between the rooms' two sets of doors, provide students with quiet areas where they can rehearse individually or in small groups.“It gives teachers a lot more options in terms of how we organize a lesson and use group learning,” says music teacher Ben Wright.

Soundproof practice rooms provide students
with quiet areas where they can rehearse
individually or in small groups.
A sprung floor, combined with sound panels on the walls and ceiling, provide optimal acoustics in the spaces. The new music rooms address more practical concerns as well - sinks allow students to easily wash and maintain their instruments, and a music storage room will soon be outfitted with custom shelving designed to accommodate every instrument.

When they’re ready to perform, our new theatre offers an ideal space - and it’s right across the hall. According to Ben, “Very little time is wasted moving instruments from place to place and that leaves more time for playing and learning.”  

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