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What people thought of our most recent training day in Maidstone:
Muiscademy training days are an invaluable resource for musicians, singers and tech teams in our churches, whatever size congregation and team or level of ability. The day gives you new ideas, teaches you things you never knew, refreshes your spirit, builds your confidence and encourages you to do better. It also affirms you in the good things you are already achieving for God. Even though you may feel you’re not that amazing, you are.
Another great training day, suited to ‘ordinary’ church band members with varying levels of expertise. The high quality input from the musicians was such an encouragement.
A great time its not often you get the chance to play with multiple drummers or receive the advice of folk with the experience of Mark & Terl
Fantastic insight into the world of sound and PA – great information and techniques on how to improve the quality of sound delivery in the service setting.
Thank you very much for the training day on Saturday – it started and ended with worship and the whole day was devoted to being better worshipers/enablers of worship. It was joyful and practical from start to finish.
A fantastic day with some really useful and practical information and help. Well worth going!
A informative, fun and practical day full of useful tips to use in worship and other musical settings. Came away inspired.
We really enjoyed our training day, and felt that it was pitched at just the right level. Very accessible training in all meanings of the word. Not too much reliance on visual aids, and very practical, being appropriate for many different church styles.
I enjoyed spending time with other people who are keen to try new ideas and get more involved in worship. It’s great to chat about different peoples ideas and experiences.
The Musicademy Team
Tim Martin is a multi-instrumentalist currently teaching at a school for children with special needs. He has previously worked as a music minister in a variety of settings. He is a graduate of the Theology, Music and Worship course at London School of Theology and has previously taught for the Music and Worship Foundation as well as the Royal School of Church Music. Tim presents Musicademy’s Worship Keyboard, Orchestral Instrument, Worship Leading and Band Skills courses.
Nicki Rogers is an accomplished singer songwriter, who has recorded three critically acclaimed solo albums. As well as performing, Nicki is a seasoned vocal coach and has 12 years extensive teaching experience coaching in theatre schools all the way to higher education degree level and covering all vocal genres. She has taught professional singers and taken those who are just beginning their vocal journey through to become confident performers. She uses a variety of established teaching methods largely from the Estill voice training programme. Nicki runs a women’s choir in Milton Keynes and will be bringing some of that ‘Gareth Malone’ touch to the sessions here.
Mark Jones is one of the Psalm Drummers, a network of Christian drummers. Mark has played both kit and percussion for over 30 years and is keen to mentor other players in using and developing their gifts. He is the presenter of Musicademy’s ‘Hand2Hand’ DVDs and has played and recorded with numerous Christian artists. He is passionate about developing a full sound of rhythm using both drums and percussion and has developed techniques and a hybrid kit for playing with both stick and hands.
Tim Horton is Sales & Installations Manager at SFL Group. He has been responsible for more than 50 Church installation projects since joining the company in 2008, including: Holy Trinity, Brompton; Jesus House, Brent Cross; House of Praise, Camberwell; St Helen’s, Bishopsgate; Riverside Vineyard, Feltham; St Mark’s, Battersea Rise; and St Martin’s in the Field, Trafalgar Square. Prior to joining the SFL team, Tim studied at London School of Theology with a degree in Music, Worship & Theology, before going on to work full-time in a Church as part of the Worship & Tech teams.