Christchurch School of Music

Christchurch School of Music

CSM is a not for profit organisation that provides tuition and ensemble experiences with a focus on excellence and participation


The Christchurch School of Music is a not-for-profit organisation that has been providing excellent music tuition and ensemble experiences to Cantabrians for over 60 years. We hear regularly from many of our past students about the impact their time at CSM has made on their lives, whether they have become a professional musician working in an international orchestra or whether they now have a passionate love of music as a listener or amateur performer. From people aged from 2-92 years old the CSM has a programme that can bring joy and satisfaction to people's lives.

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The Christchurch School of Music is an iconic Christchurch organisation that has been offering high quality, affordable music tuition, ensemble experiences and performance opportunities to Canterbury students, both young and young at heart for 60 years.

Use of funds

Funds raised will be used for a variety of purposes including providing financial assistance to students who show potential but are unable to afford tuition, new music and hire instruments for our students and ensembles, teaching resources and residency programmes in schools.

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