Covid-19 Message from the CEO

The safety and well-being of all our staff and students remains our top priority during these uncertain times, as we are still unable to resume our in-person provision. Instead we plan to move our programs online until such time we can safely return into schools.

We are working as fast as we can to implement alternative ways to keep music education relevant and accessible for all of our young people. The ways we are doing this include:

  • Providing online instrumental lessons with our fantastic tutors – enrol here
  • Offering many online resources to help you continue on your musical journey here
  • We will be shortly announcing our virtual music academy offer for September 2020 – link soon.

As an independent charity, these times pose a big financial challenge to BEAT and our income has been drastically reduced. We understand the financial pressures on many of our families, but if you do feel able to help us, it would be of enormous benefit if you could donate even the smallest amount by clicking the Donate link at the top of the page or here.

My best wishes go out to you and your families. I hope you are all well and finding time to listen and play to as much music as possible.

Kindest regards
Sharon Broughall
CEO, BEAT

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