Sheffield Music Academy is proud to be supported by the following partners.They provide venues and facilities, refer students and introduce us exceptional tutors for workshops and students. We are thankful for their continued support of our vision and growth.
As our home for the past 6 years Birkdale School has provided us with excellent accommodation and support as we grow and expand. We continue to work in close partnership with their Head of Music Adrian Jordan and Head of Instrumental Studies Dr Spencer Pitfield. As well as hosting us every Saturday Birkdale has been home to numerous concerts, social events and even multiple Academy ceilidhs!
Sheffield Music Hub
The Sheffield Music Hub enables Children and Young People from all backgrounds and every part of Sheffield to deepen their enjoyment of music.
We are proud to be part of the hub as it continues to drive the expansion of opportunities for all young people and young musicians in Sheffield.
St Andrew’s Church, Psalter Lane
As well as housing the Academy offices in Shirley House, St Andrew's has continued to be a firm friend and supporter of our vision and work from hosting our concerts to inviting us to play in their annual music festival.
We are proud to be part of such a network as fantastic as Classical Sheffield, which works to promote the performance of classical music throughout Sheffield by cataloguing all upcoming performances and concerts.
Click on their logo to find out more about their work in the Steel City.
Music in the Round and Ensemble 360
Music in the Round is the largest promoter of chamber music outside London. Taking their unique, informal and informative style of performance to numerous venues around the country as well as presenting two concert series and an annual May Festival in Sheffield at their home in the Crucible Studio.
Sheffield Music Academy has a close working relationship with Music in the Round and Ensemble 360 who continue to lend us their fantastic support and expertise.
Sheffield City Hall
Sheffield City Hall is home to over 750 events per year including the Sheffield International Concert Season. Since 1932 the City Hall has played host to some of the most famous names of the 20th century and it continues to be an exciting entertainment and arts venue.
We are proud to have the support of one of the city's most iconic venues and you may often find our students playing in the foyer at a classical concert!
Create Sheffield is a charitable organisation set up to take the young people of Sheffield on a journey into the arts, cultural and heritage sectors. From creative learning opportunities to fun things to do, they benefit the lives of all those aged 0-24.