"An amazing music school! Me and my children feel like we're part of a big beautiful family, where everybody knows and supports everyone around. The progress of my children is very obvious, in less than a year and they are always looking forward to their next session. Their teachers are very supportive, helpful and kind. Always recommend.”
We teach the following:
Violin / fiddle
OPEN DAY - SATURDAY 7TH AUGUST - 11.30AM - 3PM
BISHOPBRIGGS SCHOOL OF MUSIC
PASSION PRACTIsE PROGRESS perform
The Bishopbriggs School of Music is one of the leading independent music school's in Scotland. We are based in Bishopbriggs, Glasgow and we offer to all levels of - beginner, intermediate, or expert - students from aged 6yrs and above the opportunity to learn music across a number of instruments and disciplines. We teach the following, Electric / Acoustic Guitar, Drums, Piano / Keyboard, Bass Guitar, Saxophone, Clarinet, Ukulele, Flute, Vocals / Singing, Violin / Fiddle & Music Theory.
The school was established in 2002 by Peter O'Neil who has over 25 years of teaching experience. The School is RockSchool, RGT (London College of Music), Rock & Pop and Trinity College London accredited. Our lessons are held at the School or via ZOOM Online. All our tutors are highly experienced, full-time musicians and all have full PVG disclosure. We have free parking at the school. In response to the COVID19 pandemic, we have invested heavily to make our school a safe and secure environment for our students and staff. You can find out more by clicking out our COVID19 Exit Strategy option below to watch a full video of our 'New Normal' measures. If you have any questions at all please contact us on 0141 772 4333 - we look forward to meeting you and welcoming you to the Bishopbriggs School of Music.
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