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HMS Live – November 12th

We are delighted to announce that our annual concert this year will be November 12th.

For those of you who have not been involved before, we hold a concert every year for all students up to the age of 18 to perform in. This will be the 5th year we have held the concert and it is a great opportunity for our students to experience performing in a theatre environment.

A record number of students have already signed up for the annual 'HMS live' concert. We are expecting a great evening of brilliant performances and again we are hosting the event to raise money for Sheffield Children's Hospital.

We have...

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Who to see at Tramlines

So it's nearly here...Are you ready? Have you got a list of who you are going to see? This year hosts a great line up of known artists; All Saints, The Libertines, The Scientists and Primal Scream are just a few of the world famous acts coming to Sheffield this weekend .

Some of us still fondly remember the days of the Pyjama Jump, Gatecrasher and the day festivals at Don Valley Stadium. Whilst we miss events, those that had helped to put Sheffield on the map, Tramlines really helps to keep this city's of amazing music heritage alive. Tramlines is now 'THE'...

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Annual charity concert

Great news this year we have even more students enter to perform. This will not only make the night brilliant it will help us to raise more money for Sheffield Children's Hospital.

Concert Times and Performers Arrival times

3.00pm – 4.30pm

Arrive by 2.30pm

5.00pm -6.30pm

Arrive by 4.45pm

7.00pm-8.00pm

Arrive by 6.45pm

Where and When
The concert is taking place on Sunday November 27th at Gatty Hall which is opposite Harmony Music School on Priory Road, Ecclesfield S35 9XY, next to...
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Our Day at Owls in the Park

We had a fab day last Sunday. Loads of people came to see and sponsor us with our quest to raise money for Sheffield Children's Hospital.

Throughout the day you entered our Guitar Hero V's Guitar Tom challenge

Congratulations to the winners

  • 1st prize (Guitar and Amp) - Jack Morgan with 102%

Runners up:

  • Elliot Robinson (2 Harmony Music School gift vouchers) 99%

  • Peter Osborne (2 Steve Vai tickets @ Sheffield City Hall) 98%

  • Marianne Murray (2 SWFC tickets) 97%

  • Jacob Taylor (Battlebox Battle Pack) 96%

 

 

We also had the team undertake various sponsored challenges throughout the day, from the physically gruelling to the ridiculous!  Kim, Abby,...

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Charity Concert – November 30th From 4.00pm

The concert is just around the corner. To help make sure that your prepared, this page will give you all the information about the show.

Concert Times and Performers

4.00pm – 5.15pm

Arrive by 3.30pm

5.35pm -6.55pm

Arrive by 5.20pm

7.20pm-8.40pm

Arrive by 7.00pm
Where and When The concert is taking place on Sunday November 30th at Gatty Hall which is opposite Harmony Music School on Priory Road, Ecclesfield S35 9XY, next to the church. http://www.stmarysecclesfield.com/Gatty_Hall.html There will be a keyboard, organ, piano, drum kit and full PA...
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Anyone fancy playing at the Sheffield City Hall?

As part of English Heritage’s Open Day programme across the UK, Sheffield City Hall will once again be inviting the general public to explore the building with an open house. Heritage Open Days celebrate England’s fantastic architecture and culture by offering free access to properties that are usually closed to the public. Our partners at the City Hall have asked us to arrange a performance from our students for the event. This is an amazing opportunity to perform in a great venue with loads of people.  They would like us to arrange some...
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Learn to play Bad Mood with The Vaccines

Did you know that Roland UK endorse Harmony Music School?

They have teamed up with The Vaccines after their amazing Glastonbury Gig to give us all at Harmony the insider track on how to play their track 'Bad Moon'. Have fun and let us know when you master it! Roland UK caught up with Freddie Cowan at Cato’s rehearsal Studio in London to give you a chance to get a guitar lesson from the man himself. Using his own pedal board centered around a Boss ME-70, a Roland Cube40GX and his brand new Farida GNA TV he takes you through each section of...
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Concert tickets available today

Come and Play with the Hallé

Primary school children from Sheffield will perform alongside the Hallé in a special concert at Sheffield City Hall on Friday 28 June 2013. ‘Come and Play with the Hallé’ is a unique series of concerts specially designed to offer children on the Whole Class Ensemble Teaching programme (previously called the Wider Opportunities Scheme) the opportunity to play and sing with an international symphony orchestra. The concert will be conducted by the Hallé’s Assistant Conductor, Jamie Phillips, and presented by Hallé horn player, Tom Redmond. The concert will present specially composed...
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Harmony’s team keeps growing

Say hello to our new tutors

In the last couple of months we have taken on three new teachers to help with the growing demand of new students. We would like to say a big hello to the newest members of the team. We now offer Piano lessons Monday - Thursday 3:00pm - 9:30pm and we offer singing lessons Monday - Thursday 3:00pm - 9:30pm and Saturday 10am-3:30pm. To find out more about the teachers and available lesson times please call reception on 0114 2576780. Read moreComments are closed

Do you want to perform in front of Radio 1 DJ’s?

Singing Competition - TeenStar

The singing competition TeenStar is a brand-new first-of-its-kind national singing competition specifically for teenage singers, duos, vocal groups, rappers and solo artists in the UK. The singing competition is already expected to attract over 8,000 acts as it travels across the country in the search for the UK's best adolescent singers, singer/songwriters, rappers and vocalists. Acts can perform either covers or original material and it's open to all genres, so whether you’re into pop, RnB, grime, acoustic or classical, TeenStar wants YOU! TeenStar offers entrants not only the chance to win prizes, but the opportunity to perform live to capacity audiences at...
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Siana crowned Open Mic UK winner!

A sixteen year-old music student from Berkshire has been named as the winner of the national Open Mic UK competition at The O2 in London!

Siana was crowned champion in front of a capacity crowd at IndigO2 on Saturday night taking home a recording and development deal. Her own original song Stronger Than This won over the judges making her the winner of the 16 and Under category and the overall winner.

The teenage GCSE student admits it still hasn’t sunk in; ‘It doesn’t feel like it’s really happened, I’m still getting my head around it! I couldn’t believe it when they announced my...

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Live and Unsigned Winners 2012

Coco and the Butterfields have been crowned as the best unsigned act of 2012 after winning Live and Unsigned in front of a sell-out audience at The O2 on Saturday 14th July.

The band Coco and the Butterfields from Canterbury have taken away £10,000 to develop their music and an incredible 18 date summer festival tour including a trip to Tour Fest in Rome. They were crowned Live and Unsigned champion at Proud2 within The O2 on Saturday night, describing the victory as ‘Brilliant, it hasn’t really sunk in yet. We’ve got so much out of the competition. In each round we’ve won something, now...
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Children who learn an instrument perform better in school

The benefits to learning music from an early age

There are many studies that have show the benefits to learning a musical instrument and this article from the Daily Mail lists some of them. If you spent hours learning a musical instrument as a child only to lose interest when you reached your teens, it may not have been a complete waste of time after all, according to a leading expert. Learning to play an instrument has major advantages for a growing brain and should be a key part of school education, says neuroscientist Professor Nina Kraus. She points out there is strong evidence to show...
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