Lincoln Minster School
MUSIC

LINCOLN MINSTER SCHOOL

MUSIC

Creativity and individuality are celebrated throughout the school.

Music

Where the Foundations are Enthusiastically Laid for a Lifelong Love of Music


Music is absolutely central to life at Lincoln Minster School.

Pupils of all ages are encouraged to participate whether through playing, composing or attending concerts and recitals. Music is a key component of the school’s curriculum throughout all year groups. Whether it’s the Year 5/6 orchestra, strings ensemble, jazz band or Preparatory choir, our pupils are encouraged to fully involve themselves.

As well as having a close relationship with the University of Lincoln music department, the school boasts a team of 13 peripatetic music teacher specialists, here to help each pupil to reach their aspirations. 

Some pupils are part of the National Children’s Orchestra of Great Britain and take part in regular music festivals across the country. Other pupils have worked with artists such as Colabro (choir) and Jess Gillam, in partnership with the Lincoln International Chamber Music Festival.

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The perfect learning environment.

Our dedicated learning space for music, the Harper Building, was opened at our Senior School site in 2010 and provides our pupils with a modern, bright environment in which to practice. It features a 200-seat recital hall, individual practice rooms, music technology suites as well as classrooms and a fully-equipped drama studio.

These facilities, together with the dedication and expertise of our teaching team, and the passion our pupils have for the subject combine to encourage young musicians to flourish.

The perfect learning environment.

Meet our Alumni

Our students go on to a wide range of exciting careers – many of them fulfilling their musical dreams. 
Including alumna, Laura Curtis, who now works as an award-winning composer in the theatre and film industry and has produced work for some of the world’s most celebrated performers such as Lea Salonga, Sierra Boggess and Ramin Karimloo.

Lincoln Cathedral

Our relationship with the Lincoln Cathedral brings with it one of the grandest of settings in which our music students can perform. Each year, we hold our musical concerts in the Lincoln Cathedral, including piano, solo vocalists, choirs, string groupings and orchestras. Lincoln Minster School also has a long history of providing education to the Choristers, a prestigious position held by many Lincoln Minster School students and graduates. 

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Scholarships

Each year, we are proud to award scholarships to pupils who are capable of high levels of achievement and who we believe will make a significant contribution to the life of the school.

Scholarship Information

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