Summer term dates for music lessons and more..

Hi All,

It’s great to see that the Summer weather has caught up with us – we hope you’ve managed to grab some.

As always we hope to see many of you over the summer. We have kept the doors open this summer to help keep young ones entertained, enthusiastic and enlightened. If you’ve yet to book summer lessons, or if you know someone who is looking to take up an instrument this Summer, do get in touch: 020 8800 8592

If you’re away this summer – enjoy your holidays and don’t forget we start back with our next term from 7th September.

All the very best,

Emre and all at Penguin Music School


Well – what a fantastic year! Congratulations to all of our students – your hard work, dedication and fun has certainly helped to progress you all this year.

It really has been a pleasure for all of us here (or should I say ‘hear’!) at Penguin Music School to watch and listen and equally a pleasure to be able to share this with your parents, family, friends and guardians during our end of year concert!

Don’t forget we will be open during the Summer holiday months to keep that passion going and we hope to see many of you here for another fantastic term of musical fun. If you are wanting to book in for the Summer or have any questions do get in touch soon so we can start planning: – or give us a call on 020 8800 8592

Here are some great snaps that were taken during the concert. We hope you enjoy them as much as we did – well done. If you do have any pictures do please share and remember to tag us on face book @Penguin Music School And Production.

We look forward to seeing you again soon.

Kind regards,
Emre and all the music tutors here at Penguin Music School.





And a final rapturous applause for all your work this term – very much deserved and very well done. Remember to keep learning and practicing those instruments. Thanks once again, from all the music tutors here at Penguin Music School…




Dear Parents & Students, the 3rd term of this academic year at Penguin Music School ends as of today. Our summer school starts from the 7th of August until the 29th of August for those who are interested. We wish you lovely holiday! See you on the second week of September!

Degerli Velilerimiz ve Sevgili Ogrencilerimiz,
Sene sonu konserimiz 21 Haziran 2015 Pazar, saat 18:30 -20:00 saatleri arasinda gerceklesecektir.
Sene boyunca ABRSM sinavlarina giren tum ogrencilerimiz hunerlerini gosterecek.Konser sonunda okulumuzun tum ogretmenleri de sahneye cikarak performans sergileyecektir. Hepinizi bekliyoruz! :) Konser Detaylari:
Adres- The Old Church ( Clissold Park’in kosesinde, St Mary New Church un tam karsisinda) Stoke Newington, N16 9ES  Bilet Fiyati: £5 (Yetiskinler icin) Tum cocuklar ve ogrenciler icin ucretsizdir.

Penguin Music School End of Year Concert!
Dear Parents and Students, you are all invited to our grade students performances!  It will be held on the 21st of June Sunday from 6:30 until 8:30 pm. All of our students who enters the ABRSM exam this year will perform.  Please share this great experince with us and support our students! :)
Full Details:
Location- The Old Church (is on the corner of Clissold Park; opposite St Mary’s New Church) Stoke Newington, N16 9ES  Ticket Price: £5 for Adults, Free for Students & Children

10th February 2015

Between soccer and scouts, your school-age kid’s schedule is loaded with fun activities. If you’re on the fence about adding music classes to the list, take note of the benefits that come with signing your little one up for violin or piano lessons. Maybe she won’t be the next Beethoven, but she may have an easier time learning math, practicing good manners (including patience!), and becoming a team player. Read on to learn more about the benefits of music education.

It improves academic skills.

Music and math are highly intertwined. By understanding beat, rhythm, and scales, children are learning how to divide, create fractions, and recognize patterns. It seems that music wires a child’s brain to help him better understand other areas of math, says Lynn Kleiner, founder of Music Rhapsody in Redondo Beach, CA. As kids get older, they’ll start reciting songs, calling on their short-term memory and eventually their long-term memory. Using a mnemonic device to do this is a method that can later be applied to other memory skills, says Mary Larew, Suzuki violin teacher at the Neighborhood Music School in New Haven, Connecticut. Musical instrument classes also introduce young children to basic physics. For instance, plucking the strings on a guitar or violin teaches children about harmonic and sympathetic vibrations. Even non-string instruments, such as drums and the vibraphone, give big kids the opportunity to explore these scientific principles.