Violins and flutes are all very well, but a great way to engage a wider swathe of young people with music is to allow them to play the style they most identify with.


Jam Club at Claremont

Jam Club at Claremont

Music at Claremont

Music at Claremont

Jam Club at Claremont

Jam Club at Claremont

Jack, Simply Gleb's drummer

Jack, Simply Gleb's drummer

Simply Gleb at Claremont

Simply Gleb at Claremont

Simply Gleb rehearse at Claremont

Simply Gleb rehearse at Claremont

Dulwich Rock school

Dulwich Rock school

Dulwich Rock

Dulwich Rock school

Rock at Dulwich

Rock at Dulwich

Dulwich band, Manic

Dulwich band, Manic

Hurst College School of Rock

Hurst College School of Rock

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