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Music Shop near St Helens, Ashton In Makerfield, Newton Le Willows, Huyton, Kirkby and surrounding areas

Music Shop for St Helens and outlying areas with musical instruments and equipment.

Promenade Music's parcel delivery van is in St Helens, Ashton In Makerfield, Newton Le Willows, Huyton, Kirkby, Rainford, Crank, Billinge, Haydock, Burtonwood, Sutton Leach, Thatto Heath (etc) daily and our two man delivery team for pianos, organs etc are in the area twice a week.

We have many customers in the St Helens area and our music shop is less than 60 miles from St Helens which will take just over an hour by car.

Call Promenade Music on 01524 410202 or email [email protected]

Music around the St Helens area

Music Education in St Helens
Some of the music education opportunities available in the St. Helens area have included:
St Helens College
The Music Department at St Helens College provides students with programmes to develop their creative and technical skills within the field of music technology.  The programme features modules exploring music sequencing, live sound engineering and audio production. The music department is located within the new campus redevelopment at the Town Centre Campus and offers two recording studios, a recording area, PC labs etc.

Private Tutors around the St Helens area
Some of the private music teachers active in the St Helens area have included:
Lori Holland: Vocal Tuition
Debra Upton: Vocal Tuition
Jenny Nelson: Classical Guitar Tuition
Andy Follin: Vocal Tuition
Iain Culross: Trumpet, Cornet, All brass, Electric/Acoustic Guitar, Bass Guitar Vocals.
Chris Kissock: Piano, Electric/ Guitar, Bass Guitar, Keyboard/Synthesizers, Music Technology, Music Theory
Alison james: Vocals, Clarinet, Flute, Saxophone
Anthony Cowley: Clarinet, Saxophone, Flute, Piano, Music Theory
Laura McKinlay: Violin, Viola, Piano
Claire Halstead: Flute Tuition
Andrew Bailey: Piano, Keyboard, Organ
K.G. Brown: Piano, Keyboard, Music Theory, Composition
Emily Doan: Flute, Music Theory
James Beedham: Bass Guitar Tuition
Wayne Oakes: Piano Tuition

Music Organisations in St Helens area

Some of the music organisations that are active in the St. Helens area have included:

St Helens Theatre Royal
St Helens Theatre Royal is situated in Corporation Street, next to the main St Helens bus terminal and only a short walk from Shaw Street railway station and is the principal theatre in St Helens. Recently renovated internally and externally with a modern glass exterior, St Helens Theatre Royal has a large capacity and stages many performances, including comedy, music, drama and excellent Christmas pantomime.

Citadel Arts Centre
The Citadel Arts Centre is a live music and performing arts venue in St Helens and is based in an old Victorian theatre and music hall on Waterloo Street. The Citadel building has a fascinating history, and is today rated by the Theatres Trust of Great Britain an extremely rare survivor of the early British music hall. The building which is home to the Citadel today was originally constructed in 1861.

Hands on – Sing Out Choir
The Citadel, in association with St.Helens Council launched the Sing Out Choir in 2008. Since then the choir has gone from strength to strength, with community performances planned throughout the year, these have already included the Dream launch and St.Helens Festival. The choir is led by Gareth Owen and open to people of all ages and abilities. No experience is necessary; just bring your enthusiasm and a willing set of lungs!

St Helens Musicians Collective
The St Helens Musicians Collective is a volunteer organisation that was set up in the mid 80's with the aim of supporting musicians from within the borough. The collective is open to all ages and backgrounds and all styles of music. Support for musicians includes monthly showcases which give musicians a regular night at which they can perform. The collective also meets on a fortnightly basis with the aim of informing musicians of new projects, opportunities and performances which they can get involved with.

St. Helens Youth Brass Band
Formed by the LEA in 1979 as the ‘St Helens Music Centre Brass Band’ The St. Helens Youth Brass Band actually consists of 3 distinct bands: the Beginners' Band; the Training band and the Youth Band. Despite falling victim to budget cuts in 1990, it has continued to develop and prosper independently, and has a rich history of contesting success. The Band is a registered charity, and its success is due to a considerable amount of hard work and commitment from the young musicians and their parents. The Youth Band currently has approximately 50 members, aged between 12 and 19 years old.

St Helens Celebration Choir

The Celebration Choir was set up in 2007 by former St Helens Mayor John Beirne. The Choir is a mixed Gospel and Pop choir for ladies and men from 14 to 114.

The Pilkington Choir

The Pilkington Choir is a group of about 50 men and women who enjoy singing. The choir feature a varied and modern repertoire which is familiar and pleasing to audience and choir members alike. The Choir is led by Anne O'Hara, and Dorothy Parr.

Venues in the St Helens area
Some of the live music venues local to the St Helens area have included:
The Turks Head, The Ship Inn, Ice Bar, Busbys, O'Neils, Saracens Head, Cruisers Bar, Bee hive, duke of Cambridge, The Globe, Bell and Barrell, zoo bar, The Rifle, The Raven, The Pheonix pub, The Windle Hotel

St Helens Studios

Some of the music studios local to the St Helens area have included:
Catalyst Studios: Opened in September 2005 and boasts rehearsal and recording facilities that have been designed and built by professionals
Elusive Studios: Recording and rehearsal studio offering multi-track digital and analogue recording.
Jamm Studios: Individual/group lessons, master classes/workshops, recording & rehearsal spaces and concert hall.

Call Promenade Music on 01524 410202 or email [email protected]