Please don’t stop the music!

We would like to publicly thank our tutors and students for keeping all music lessons and activities going despite the extraordinary Covid-19 circumstance. Through online individual lessons, regular contact, and even online group activities the motivation and progress of our students and tutors alike is stronger than ever! So, from all the staff and studentsContinue reading “Please don’t stop the music!”

Starting of the new year!

We kicked off the new year with our yearly induction session for new and continuing students. During this meeting the prospectus is explained and all the teachers are introduced. Special thanks goes to Andrea Cassar and Carmel Cachia that have given their utmost to our students but whom unfortunately will not continue their teaching classesContinue reading “Starting of the new year!”

Our own School administrator on Pink Magazine

The very popular Pink Magazine have featured our very own school administrator and assistant Music Director, Christine Dimech, in a lengthy and very informative article by journalist Adriana Bishop. In this interview, Christine highlights the importance of music education and the great contribution our band clubs are being to such a cause. Well done againContinue reading “Our own School administrator on Pink Magazine”

Start your music adventure now!

If you always wanted to learn music or want to develop further your musical talent, you can now achieve this by attending our school. With 9 dedicated teachers in around 70hrs of tuition time per year, and will to progress, George Vella School of Music will help you achieve the level of musicianship you wouldContinue reading “Start your music adventure now!”

Second group of students make it to the wind band!

With great enthusiasm, the second group of students from our school in as many years since we started with our new setup, yesterday played for the first time with the senior wind band. Eight students, that are now preparing for their grade 3 level in their respective instrument and grade 4 theory, yesterday joined forcesContinue reading “Second group of students make it to the wind band!”