About English Music Academy
English Music Academy (EMA) enthuses and inspires young musicians to value instrumental performance as a core element in their personal, social, educational and family lives. It enables and supports vibrant and collaborative partnerships throughout the educational sector, encouraging young musicians in their ambition to maximise their potential as performing musicians.
EMA is an educational resource encompassing all types of educational organisations providing creative performance courses for children aged 8-18 years. The focus is to develop links with music departments, learn about their existing music provision and offer bespoke courses or programmes that give added value to the students: developing and sustaining long-term relationships is at the core of EMA’s philosophy. Our approach in the early stages is to originate single day courses so that the educational organisation and EMA may assess potential and enable both parties to evolve a programme of events that complement needs and inspire and stimulate young musicians to perform a musical instrument.

Apart from benefitting individual schools or colleges, an important element of the partnership will be to open the expertise and experience of the EMA tutors to all within the local community, connecting musicians with each other and bringing together performers from diverse backgrounds. EMA will work closely with English Brass Academy (EBA), a specialist organisation promoting advanced courses both nationally and internationally, to identify high-achieving brass players who will benefit from specialist tuition and advanced-level performing opportunities.

EMA and EBA work closely with the London Mozart Players, one of the world's finest chamber orchestra, and regularly engages the skills and experience of the orchestra’s members and administrative staff. This sharing of resources connects interested parents and students with the work of the orchestra resulting in further performance opportunities as part of the LMP's education and community work

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