Music School Enrolment
Young musicians from across the city are invited to join our Saturday Music School, which has just moved to a brand new location in Nottingham City! Ensembles include our fantastic flagship Robin Hood Youth Orchestra, RHYO Intermediate Orchestra, Band Factory and more.
Ensembles looking for new members!
If you love making music, you've come to the right place. Our ensembles are looking for new members so find out which one you're suited for and enrol now! Click here to access our super simple form now.
Browse our listing in the Make Music section to find out more about our ensembles. We cater to a wide variety of skills and interests. All ensembles are a great way to meet new people and make friends, and all of them have brilliant performance opportunities throughout the year.
After six fantastic years at Nottingham Academy (Greenwood), we have moved our Saturday Music School to Nottingham College (Clarendon campus). The new site is a more central location for Nottingham City pupils and includes separate rehearsal rooms especially suited for Band Factory members.
Enrolment Day was on Saturday, September 8, 2018 at Nottingham College (Clarendon) and we had around 100 young people attend! The online form is still available to fill out. You can access it here.
For more information, email email@example.com or give us a call at 0115 9476202.
How to Get Here
Nottingham College, Clarendon Campus - NG5 1AL
- Car: Nottingham College, Clarendon can be accessed directly from the A60, Mansfield Road
- Tram: The college is a 10 minute walk from the Forest tram stop
- Bus: From Nottingham City Centre take Nottingham City Transport's Brown, Lime or Purple line
You enrich their lives more than anyone appreciates I think. Cate would not be the confident (sometimes out spoken!) person she is today without the time she has spent growing up through the ranks of intermediate orchestra to sectional leader [in RHYO]. Words can’t describe how grateful we are to all of you who have made this possible and worked tirelessly over the years to give them all such enriched experiences and also empowering the young people to contribute to ideas and decision making.”
Carole Taylor, Parent of RHYO member