Who We Are
Yehudi Menuhin recognised the need to provide musically gifted children with excellent instrumental teachers, adequate time for practice, frequent opportunities for performance, ensemble work with other gifted children, a broad range of other music study and activity, together with a stimulating and creative academic programme. All this was to be undertaken within a family community in which every individual could fully develop musical, intellectual, artistic and social skills.
Today's School provides a holistic musical and academic education for around 85 musically gifted boys and girls aged from 8 to 19, with specialist tuition on the stringed instruments, piano and classical guitar. The majority of the School's pupils are boarders, with around ten day pupils, mainly in the younger age groups.
It is the School's ambition to be 'needs-blind' in its admission process. Parents are charged fees in accordance with their ability to pay, with around three-quarters supported by the Department for Education's Music and Dance Scheme and the remainder assisted by bursaries from the School.
To view some recent recordings of our students playing in The Menuhin Hall,
please visit our Media page.
If you would like to find out more about the School, why not come along to our next Open Day on Sunday 7 October 2018. To register or for more information, please email email@example.com
What We Do
Our pupils lead busy and varied lives. Find out more about their musical studies and academic curriculum and how to apply to become a pupil at the School.
What's on at the Hall
“The Yehudi Menuhin School nurtures exceptional musical talent with a world class education – realising students’ potential, shaping UK and international culture.”
Friends and partners who believe in our mission and share our vision for the future play a critical role in its delivery. Their fundraising supports our drive for excellence and ensures the School's continued impact in the world through music education.