Project Teach Music

Project Teach Music is a scheme run by the University of Lancaster Music Society (ULMS) to provide lessons to Lancaster University students and others taught by members of the society. The project is part funded by money left to the society by the Music Department after the Music degree was discontinued at Lancaster, with the final Music undergrads graduating in 2015. ULMS members voted on what to do with this money, with the input from the remaining music students, and we decided to use the money to further the legacy of musical education at Lancaster.

The subsidised lessons cost £8 for half an hour and £16 for a full hour. To register your interest in receiving or teaching lessons please message the ULMS PTM Facebook page here https://www.facebook.com/ULMSProjectTeachMusic/ or email ptm@ulms.org.uk.

Should you wish to take up teaching on the scheme, you must be a member of ULMS.

If you are interested in teaching an instrument please fill in this form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfunBZQQ8S21jDrRuOG3sAXShKD2vM3zm2W6kAbnjGJlJGH_Q/viewform?usp=sf_link#response=ACYDBNjc_TDC09MnynS1IU_YXr079XDQdAj7B5p2VPFwGjZFT_Z3Sayx2xh4WQ

We hope that by undertaking this project, we will promote both musical learning in the university as a whole, and continue to improve the musical standards of the society.

The Project Teach Music Coordinator for 2019/20 is Ben Frondigoun, who can be contacted via ptm@ulms.org.uk or 07496429292.

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