What kind of a country is this? Let us give a free rein to
imagination: a music class in which children come not only to write, sing or
listen to a teacher, but also to play music of their own..."
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1 April – 5 May Online contest for the best performance of songs to commemorate the 75th anniversary of Victory in World War 2 in Europe.
3 July – 5 July 2020 “A World of New Talents” Online International Performing Arts Forum and Competition. Applications are invited for singers and instrumentalists. Every Saturday during May 2020 Singing Online Workshops July* – August 2020 Music Summer School and Gala Concert.
*Venues and time to be announced.
All concerts are public. If you would like to get complete information about future events please contact Musica Nova office.
Autumn term 2019
Monday 2 September to Thursday 19 December 2019
Half-term: Monday 21 October to Friday 25 October 2019
Christmas break: Friday 20 December 2019 to Friday 3 January 2020
Spring term 2020
Monday 6 January to Friday 3 April 2020
Half-term: Monday 17 February to Friday 21 February 2020
Easter/spring holiday: Monday 6 April to Friday 17 April 2020 (Including Good Friday, 10 April, and Easter Monday, 13 April)
Summer term 2020
Monday 20 April to Tuesday 21 July 2020
Early May Bank Holiday (VE day): Friday 8 May 2020
Half-term: Monday 25 May to Friday 29 May 2020 (including Spring Bank Holiday, 25 May)
"We are very happy and grateful to your school and what you have allowed for Sam to achieve. We feel at home when we are there and we will miss it greatly. Thank you to all of you and especially to Eugenia. You are an exceptional teacher."
Leonard and Anna Gusel, 2010
"The Musica Nova is a name to be held in respect by those engaged in promoting sound artistic values within youthful musical circles. The establishment bears the hallmark of excellence. Its principal, the distinguished Russian pianist Evgenia Terentieva, ensures that her students enjoy tuition of the highest quality. Musica Nova deserves to attain outstanding success in the field of scholastic advancement..."