It's not just how it sounds, it's how it feels

Every child should have the chance to learn a musical instrument

 If you've ever played an instrument, you'll know it's not something you forget lightly. Whether it was lessons in school, or you played in an ensemble, you remember that sense of achievement. The hours of hard work, performing with your peers and taking that bow at the end of the concert with your parents in the audience - that sticks. That matters.

Pelican Music was started with one vision - to create a music school where children with a passion could study music seriously, learning from London's brightest playing and teaching talent and expressing themselves through performance.

We partner with primary schools to offer high quality tuition, both in and out of school and strongly believe in encouragement through ensemble playing and performance. It's for this reason that we organise a range of orchestras, groups, building confidence through our performance platforms and putting on regular concerts for our children to practice what they learn in their individual lessons.


We do this because we think it's the right thing to do. If you agree, we'd love to hear from you.



School Partnerships

We're always looking for like-minded schools to partner with us in order to offer their students instrumental and theory tuition. We take care of all the administration, staffing, timetabling, finance and parent communication, all we need in return is support from the school and the space to hold our lessons.



Want to find out more?

No problem - we realise learning an instrument can feel like a big decision. Our site should hopefully have all the information you're after but if not, don't hesitate to get in touch. Otherwise, we recommend reading some of the testimonials from other parents or reading about our teachers and the lessons we offer via the links below.



Whether your child wants to learn Cello or Clarinet, Drums or Double Bass, Pelican Music has got you covered.



At Pelican Music we're proud to have some of the best instrumental teachers in London. It's not by chance.