to any child, 9 years and upwards.
and Alto recorders are the primary instruments, followed
by Tenor and Bass recorders.
reaching the required level of playing the recorder, pupils
advance to orchestral instruments.
are provided with an instrument of their own for practice
pupils receive private lessons during the week on a one-to-one
the project has been able to produce a recorder ensemble,
which is frequently requested to play at functions, and has
also recently held successful concerts in Soweto and Johannesburg.
Currently they are well known for their captivating sound
produced on a consort of recorders.
the beginning of 2005 through sponsorship and donations
kind, we have been able to advance students to Flutes, Oboes,
Clarinets, Bassoons, Violins, Cellos and Double Basses.
Structure of the Trust
& Founder: Nimrod Moloto
Patron: Dr Richard Cock
Mrs Caroline Kennard (Apollo Music Trust)
Ms Kirsty McLean (Law Lecturer, Wits University)
Ms Lerato Mamabolo (Attorney, Ashira Consultants)
Rev Mpho Moeti (Rector, St Andrew's Church)
Music Trust is a registered, non-profit organisation that
benefits the public.
No. IT 5112/03
Benefit Organisation PBO-930009718