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About our Courses

All our courses are run to a high standard where tutors are vetted and excel in their chosen musical instrument. Our group class rates are set at €30 per term, each term consisting of 6 classes. Each class lasts for either 30 mins or an hour depending on the chosen subject. One to one classes can be arranged at an extra cost. Although our main aim is to encourage you to enjoy the music the option is always available to work towards passing house exams set at different grades. Should you be interested in partaking in a class we do not offer please do not hesitate to contact us as we will consider running  classes if sufficient numbers are reached, and you never know - we may have a waiting list just awaiting your commitment.

From a satisfied student…

‘Thanks to St. Agnes Community Centre for Music and the Arts, I play trombone again.  One day, my wife spotted a poster in Walkinstown library about a new brass band starting in the community.  I was nervous, but I shouldn’t have been.  Just one lesson later and the missed years melted away.  I was a musician once more!


I have since moved away from Dublin 12, but I still work in the area as a school librarian, at a school where there is not currently a music programme.  Thanks to St. Agnes CCMA, there is now a beginner brass band at school since 2015.  Learning a new instrument and making friends has been a great experience for the students, who have now performed at several concerts.  St. Agnes have brilliant all this time, and I can’t wait to work with them in the years to come.’

Neil Kettles

Enrolment in CCMA Music School

Contact the CCMA for details of how you can enrol.

Each term of 6 weeks costs €35 for 6 half hour group lessons. All classes are 30 Minutes.

Full timetable here >>


Come along and try it for yourself we are inter generational which means age is just a number.



Recorder is our newest instrument at the CCMA.

What are the Benefits of Learning Recorder?

Learning to play the recorder helps to develop hand-eye coordination and fine motor skills as students learn precise fingerings to play different notes.

Students can also benefit from the regular breathing required to play the recorder.

Basic music principles such as reading music and caring for an instrument are all valuable life skills that