Welcome to Pro Corda's website. If you are visiting us for the first time you will find links to the many programmes which make us Europe's fastest growing music school. From the International Chamber Music Academy to our ever growing term time programmes for Special Educational Needs. From Adult Courses to our National Chamber Music Festival for Schools which celebrates ensemble performance at schools up and down the country.
The last month has seen some stunning statistics for Pro Corda. A combination of the National Chamber Music Festival for Schools, three Special Educational Needs projects serving students from Cambridgeshire, Kent and Nottinghamshire scattered across the month and other GCSE/A level workshops saw Pro Corda serving over 550 students in 9 counties and visiting over 50 different schools.
Back at Leiston Abbey we have had an inspiring Easter course season and we are now gearing up for an exciting archaeological dig taking place at the Abbey in July. We are delighted to be welcoming Dig Ventures throughout July and can't wait to see the as yet uncovered areas of history they will be discovering at our special home. To watch the launch video for this project, simply click on the Dig Ventures news article on the right of our homepage.
Meanwhile, we look forward to inviting you to the Abbey, and to Pro Corda events throughout the country, very soon. Our new quarterly event cards @ Leiston Abbey can be viewed in the downloads section on the right of our homepage. For further information and to get involved do please contact us by phone 01728 831354 or email email@example.com
CEO & Artistic Director Pro Corda
"For several years, The Leverhulme Trust has provided grants for chamber music training activities at Pro Corda, thereby establishing an excellent relationship with one of the UK's most unique and inspirational arts training organisations. Pro Corda's ability to consistently provide the highest calibre of training to the young people who attend its courses is most commendable, and wholly consonant with the aspirations of the Trust, which include the wish to support excellence and talent, wherever these may be found. The Trust is delighted to be associated with such a vital and innovative organisation."
Dr Anne Dean, former Assistant Director, The Leverhulme Trust, September 2010