Music Service

The EA Music Service offers access to the world of music making, providing potentially life changing musical experiences that are relevant and engaging.

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About the Music Service

The Music Service has a long and proud history, with over 50 years of experience in delivering inclusive music education in Northern Ireland.

Through our passion, commitment and standards of excellence we have provided exciting, engaging, child-centred musical experiences for hundreds of thousands of children and young people.

We continue to provide vibrant, high quality, professional music education for our children and young people.

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A new Music Service website will be available in early 2020.

Our Aim

Picture of earphones and a not which reads Music equals LifeOur Aim is to encourage young people to enjoy music.

We believe passionately that the process of learning to play a musical instrument or to sing offers immense benefits for children and young adults, not only in terms of educational development but also in regard to enhanced physical well-being, the promotion of personal skills and attributes, as well as wider social awareness.

Through a highly skilled team of professional tutors, we inspire, support and challenge pupils to attain personal goals and to reinforce the value of music in a broad and balanced education.

In addition to our school based service, we offer pupils opportunities to participate in large scale performance opportunities, through our numerous Orchestra’s, Bands and ensembles, bringing young people from across the province together in a celebration of all that is best in Northern Ireland.

Upcoming Events

Spring concert dates have been announced and are taking place across Northern Ireland from March 2020. For ticket information, email info@eani.org.uk

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Spring Concerts

Date and Time

Venue

Tuesday 24th March 2020 7.00pm

Millennium Forum, Derry

Thursday 26th  March 2020 7.00pm

Strule Theatre, Omagh

Friday 27th March 2020 8 pm

St Patrick's Church of Ireland Cathedral, Armagh

Tuesday 31st March 2020 8 pm

Ardhowen Theatre, Enniskillen

Saturday 4th April, 2020 8 pm

St Mark's High School, Warrenpoint

Wednesday 8th April 2020 8 pm

Island Arts Centre, Lisburn

Saturday 25th April 2020 2.00pm

Assembly Buildings and Conference Centre, Fisherwick Place, Belfast

Thursday 7th May 2020 7:30 pm

Wellington Church, Ballymena

Saturday 9th May 2020 4 pm

Ballymena North Business Centre

Wednesday 13th May 2020 6 pm

Thursday 14th May 2020 6 pm

Castle Gardens, Antrim

Thursday 14th May 2020 6:30 pm

St Patrick’s Parish Hall, Ballymoney

Tuesday 19th May 2020 6 pm

Magherafelt Primary School

Last updated: 22/01/2020