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Welcome to Cadenza Music School. We are a purpose built music school in Essex offering lessons in Piano, Voice, Guitar, Woodwind, Brass and Drums.

We provide professional tuition from established, fully qualified tutors with an enthusiastic, friendly and fun approach to learning.

Email now to book your free trial lesson!

Please continue to socially distance, sanitise on entering and leaving the school and stay outdoors while waiting where possible. 

We are currently making some updates to our website. Keep an eye out for some little changes! 

Thanks to our amazing teachers and students, we were able to continue providing tuition online throughout the pandemic. Lessons are now available online or face to face at our wonderful school.

Thanks for sticking with us. It means the world to us.

Katherine and Tom Potten

Instrumental and vocal tuition

One to one lessons

Free Trial lesson

Purpose built premises with a comfortable waiting area

ABRSM exams – Mostly Digital/Performance at the moment but face to face will be returning soon!

Accompaniment Services

SEN Friendly

Bi-annual concerts (currently on hold but hopefully back soon!)

Free parking

Cadenza Music School, Stubbers Farm, Mountnessing Road, Blackmore, Ingatestone, CM4 0NX

Best way to catch us is our email below! If you provide a number, we can give you a call!


‘Cadenza Music School.. the place to bring your talented child or those wanting to learn to sing or play an instrument.. The teachers are second to none and give their all to their pupils to help them to achieve and be the best that they can be. Parents you need not feel left out .. Join the Cadenza Choir .. its a laugh a minute and somehow at concert time it all falls into place. I would not hesitate recommending this great music school to friends and family, my daughter enjoys her lessons and thoroughly loves being part of the fun that is Cadenza!’

Tracey Rust

‘Kind patient teacher, I enjoy my lessons very much. Concerts are great fun to watch. Everyone is very friendly.’

Faith Handerek