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If you have answered ‘yes’ to any of these, then The Phoenix Collective can help!
We are a group of musicians passionate about education and the arts in general. We are all trained in the Kodály approach to music education and his philosophy as a music teacher is part of everything we do.
We provide short courses on a variety of musical topics, in various parts of the UK, including singing lessons in London. We are also able to provide bespoke courses upon request. Our members also provide their own individual training and courses.
‘A good musician may be summarised as follows:- 1. A well-trained ear. 2. A well-trained intelligence. 3. A well-trained heart. 4. A well-trained hand. All four must develop together in constant equilibrium. As soon as one lags behind or rushes ahead there is something wrong.’
The Phoenix Collective provides equality of services and care to everyone, regardless of people’s age, disability, gender, gender identity, race, religion or belief or sexual orientation. The Phoenix Collective has a zero tolerance for racist or homophobic language and confidentiality for all staff and course attendees is paramount unless they personally choose to be ‘out’ themselves. We respect individual confidentiality on the grounds of privacy as well as a matter of personal safety. A copy of our Equal Opportunities policy statement is available here.
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'Just like moons and like suns, with the certainty of tides, just like hopes springing high, still I’ll rise.'