LMS - making music accessible to everyone!
Have you ever wished you were able to play a musical instrument or sing like your favourite star? Do you envy those who can? Would you like to experience the enjoyment, exhilaration and excitement that music can offer?
Lucy’s Music School (LMS) -based in Crawley, West Sussex- was established in 2012 to offer a range of musical tuition which is accessible to all. From Piano for exams, to singing for fun, exam revision, to preparing for auditions, our selection of lessons can be tailored to make sure you achieve your musical ambition!
Our philosophy is to make music accessible to all, regardless of age, experience and ability – LMS staff know first-hand how much personal fulfillment can be gained through engaging with music, and by sharing their knowledge and practical skills with others.
LMS offers tuition in:
With an element of theory integrated in all lessons, LMS endeavors to introduce key skills such as reading music so that all students can continue their development on a personal level.
Ranging from traditional piano lessons, music for fun, singing lessons, preparing for auditions, recording, GCSE, A Level support, or Music Technology, LMS is the place for you.
Please browse the website to see full details of the range of sessions available. You will also find contact details, a query form, how to find us, and lots of other useful information and links on our blog.
Music is a moral law. It gives soul to the universe, wings to the mind, and life to everything… Without music, life would be an error.
Music has the power to change lives profoundly for the better and build stronger communities, improving pupils’ learning, confidence, health and social development. It is a unique form of communication that can change the way pupils feel, think and act.
Music has a power of forming the character and should therefore be introduced into the education of the young.
Ofsted (2009) say that children’s involvement in music engages and re-engages pupils, increasing their self esteem, and maximising their progress in education – improved reading ability being just one example, where music can improve pupils’ ability to remember words and so improve their vocabulary, and language development.