The Trinity Laban Conservatoire is a leading college in the study of music and dance. Located within King Charles Court at the Old Royal Naval College in Greenwich, it has state of the art facilities, equipment, and teachers. And it is not often you get access to these things for free.
While it obviously costs to study at Trinity Laban, the college does hold free music masterclasses which you can attend. These masterclasses will help your skills on a variety of instruments. Note that these lessons are not for beginners, and you need to have an already basic understanding to take part.
Piano - 10th January, 9.30am, taught by French pianist, Pascal Roge.
Oboe - 13th Jan, 2.30pm - taught by Daniel Bates from the Irish Chamber Orchestra and the City of London Sinfonia.
String - 14th January, 2.30pm - The Wihan Quartet will give a concert, which will be followed by a string instrument masterclass. Another Masterclass will be given on the 1st March at 10am.
Violin - 20th January, 5pm - Taught by Zsolt-Tihamér Visontay, leader of the London Philharmonia Orchestra.
Vocal - 22nd January, 2pm - Taught by soprano, Susan Bullock.
Guitar - 24th January, 3pm - Taught by Chilean guitarist, Jose Antonio Escobar.
Bassoon - 28th January, 6pm - Taught by Gretha Tuls from the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra.
Harp - 7th March, 11am - French harpist, Sylvain Blassel, will give the masterclass, followed by an evening concert at 7pm.
Double Bass - 16th March, 11am - taught by Scott Pingel from the San Francisco Symphony.