How do I join the NYJO Academy?

The NYJO Academy will be holding a taster day the second week of the Spring Term 2019: Saturday January 19th. Our taster days welcome prospective students to visit and try out our non-auditioned Academy ensembles, meet staff and current students and possibly secure a place.

Prospective participants will sit in on an entire rehearsal alongside current NYJO Academy members. Students must come with their instrument and be willing to play. We’re particularly looking out for trombonists, bassists and saxophonists to register for the day.

You can find a brief breakdown of each of our non-auditioned ensembles here; please use this as a guide in deciding which band to apply for at the taster day. For any further questions you can get in touch at 020 7494 1733.

Please fill out the registration form HERE to apply for a place.

Applications will close on Wednesday 16th January and we will be in touch by Friday 18th January confirming your place. All spaces will be allocated on a first come first serve basis; there are limited places available so please do register as soon as possible.

 

When does the NYJO Academy run?

The Academy runs every Saturday. The Academy term dates are as follows:

Spring Term Dates: 12th January – 30th March 2019

(Academy Half Term: Saturday 16th and 23rd February)

 

Summer Term Dates: 27th April – 13th July 2019

(Academy Half Term: Saturday 25th May and Saturday 1st June)

 

Where does the NYJO Academy take place?

Morpeth Secondary School 

Portman Place,

London,

E2 0PX.

Click here for map and visit www.tfl.gov.uk to plan your route.

 

How much does it cost?

Summer Term 2018:

NYJO Academy Jazz Ensemble/ Big Band/ Vocal Class = £110 per term

NYJO London = £75 per term

NYJO London + Jazz ensemble/ Big Band/ Vocal Class  = £165 per term

If you are a current member and would like to purchase termly fees, click here

 

Busaries and Concessions

Full-time music students at higher-education establishments are exempt from fees.  To apply for this, please bring proof of your student-status with you on the first day of term.

We feel strongly that no committed student should be excluded from music making opportunities purely because of finances. Therefore, we distribute a range of full and partial bursaries to students who wouldn’t otherwise be able to attend.  To enquire about these, please email Claire, in confidence, at claire@nyjo.org.uk.

 

Is there a newsletter that I can receive to keep me updated with all NYJO educational activity?

Yes, there is! Our Academy Educational newsletter goes out monthly and includes details on our Sunday Shed’s, monthly Jazz Jams at Foyles Bookshop, as well as other opportunities from us and our friends. You can sign up to recieve the newsletter HERE

 

FAQS

For other Frequently Asked Questions, please click here.

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