Sherborne Summer School of Music

                                                             2nd August to 16th August 2020                           


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 

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Weeks 1 & 2

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Early morning Chi Kung

Throughout the school’s two weeks, each morning before breakfast Monday to Friday, Glyn Williams will give a half-hour Chi Kung class. The class is open to all students and will teach the gentle Chinese art of meditation and relaxation, a perfect start for the rigours of any Sherborne day. The five sessions will cost £10.00 and a place may be reserved at the School through the Summer School office.

Individual Chi Kung, Alexander Technique and Tai Chi Chuan lessons will be available as usual at a cost of £20.00 per half-hour, again bookable through the Summer School office.

Early morning Chi Kung     


 Week 1    3rd to 7th August

 Week 2    10th to 14th  August


Glyn Williams, a freelance bassoon player and qualified teacher of the Alexander Technique, has been teaching since 1984 applying the technique to a wide range of professional activities.

He teaches professional and non-professional students from all walks of like and has been featured in both radio and television programmes in connection with his work. He is also active as an instrument teacher, bringing his combined expertise to young people in Oxfordshire and the Thames Valley.