If your child is interested in London cello lessons, you may well want to introduce them to free online resource Classical 100, developed by ABRSM, Classic FM and Decca Classics, as well as the Department for Education, to help encourage an interest in classical music in school-age children.

You and your child will be able to discover and enjoy 100 recordings of different classical music pieces, each of which also come with information about the different composers and the story behind the music itself.

Composers featured include the likes of Prokofiev, Fitkin, Bach, Hildgarde of Bingen, Brahms, Tchaikovsky, Mozart, Beethoven and more.

Aled Jones, musician and broadcaster, described the new collection of recordings as wonderful, featuring some of the biggest treasures of classical music, adding that he hopes it will encourage a lifetime of listening to a whole new generation of children.

“Classical music can be the richest and most emotionally fulfilling thing in the world for many people and it’s important that children can hear and explore it in imaginative ways from an early age,” he went on to say.

If your children are eager to learn a musical instrument, why not book a few lessons with us here at Arts Academy? All our professors are graduates from top conservatoires and have years of experience behind them so you know your youngsters will be learning from the very best.

Even better, your child can learn in the comfort of your own home as we come to you – so there’s no need to spend hours running your children to and from their music lessons, which is highly convenient for all.

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