We understand that a huge part of a young person’s musical journey is likely to involve learning an instrument. We currently offer 1:1 music tuition to young people up to the age of 18 or 25 for those who identify as disabled, or have a support plan in place for special educational needs.
We can offer tuition in Stockton, Middlesbrough, Redcar and Cleveland, Hartlepool or online.
Musinc have a team of freelance music tutors who are set up and ready to deliver tuition. Our tutors cover piano, guitar, bass guitar, drums, vocals, ukulele, violin, cello, music technology and production and music theory.
Whether you have previously engaged with Musinc activities, or whether you are a new student we are happy to help.
Our inclusive fee structure (see below) means that all young people are able to access this opportunity regardless of background of circumstance.
Full cost: £15 per 30 minute lesson
Concession: £7.50 per 30 minute lesson
Free places available for those who are facing financial barriers
Fees payable per half term.
Autumn Term 1: 6th Sep to 22nd Oct (7 weeks)
Full cost: £105, concession £52.50, free for those with financial barriers
Autumn Term 2: 1st Nov to 17th Dec (7 weeks)
Full: £105, concession £52.50, free for those with financial barriers
Applying for tuition
If you would like to sign up for tuition, please fill in our online form by clicking here.
You can also download a Word document form here, fill it and send to firstname.lastname@example.org or contact us for further information.
If you require assistance accessing or filling in the forms please do get in touch and we will be happy to provide additional support.
Inclusive fee structure
We believe that the following fee structure will allow anyone to be able to access our varied programme of high quality music making activities. When signing up for any of Musinc’s activities, we will ask you to tick one of the following options:
- I do not identify with any barriers* and I am happy to pay the full cost of this activity
- I do identify as facing a barrier/barriers* (tick barriers which apply) but I am happy to pay the full cost of this activity
- I do identify as facing a barrier/barriers* (tick barriers which apply) and I am able to pay 50% of the cost of this activity
- I identify as facing financial barriers which would prevent me from accessing this activity, and I require a full bursary.
*examples of barriers
☐ I am eligible for free school meals
☐ I am experiencing other financial barriers.
☐ I have or have had an Education, Health and Care Plan in place
☐ I have Special Educational Needs
☐ I have a disability
☐ I am currently seeking asylum in the UK
☐ English is my second language
☐ I have been attending a pupil referral unit
☐ I have been excluded from school
☐ I am or have been homeless
☐ I have a long-term medical condition
☐ I am in foster care
☐ I suffer from mental ill-health
☐ I am not in education, employment or training
☐ I am a refugee or asylum seeker in the UK
☐ I live in a rurally isolated location
☐ I have a sensory processing disorder
☐ I am a young carer
☐ I am a young parent
Why we collect information about background and circumstances:
We ask for the information regarding background and circumstances to evidence that our funding is being spent appropriately and reaching and supporting young people who are living with barriers in Teesside. In order to do this we are required to provide anonymous statistical data to our funders Youth Music which is in turn reported to the Arts Council England and the Department for Culture Media and Sport. These organisations may publish anonymous statistical reports using this data. We would not share this information with any other party without first seeking your explicit consent to do so and without informing you of the reason for doing so.
By completing our form you agree to this information being shared anonymously with our funders.