Ealing Music Service is delighted to introduce Musical Horizons, a brand new online early years music programme for families living in the Borough of Ealing, devised and led by professional flautist and Early Years Music practitioner, Nicola Tagoe. Designed for pre-school children between the ages of 3 to 4 years and their parents/carers, Musical Horizons is geared to expand your child’s awareness of the sounds of many different instruments, encouraging them to explore music-making through singing, movement, listening, responding, and playing ‘instruments’ found in your homes (whatever these may be!).

Join us for our series of FREE introductory sessions taking place on Thursdays and Sundays during the Summer term, and experience Musical Horizons for yourself!

“Welcome to Musical Horizons! I am a flautist and music educator with over ten years’ experience working with families, children and young peopleacross London. During this time, I have thoroughly enjoyed leading Early Years and Musicianship sessions with many different organisations, and playing in a flute, harp and cello trio as part of Wigmore Hall’s 2019/20 ‘Chamber Tots’ programme. During Musical Horizons sessions, you will hear the sounds of different instruments including flutes, ukulele, hand percussion and singing. I encourage you and your little ones to make these sessions your own however, sharing and exploring sounds, songs and stories from your day-to-day lives and cultures, and creating new ones. Journey with me and let’s broaden our Musical Horizons together!”

Nicola Tagoe, Musical Horizons Facilitator

Sessions will be on the following dates and times:

Session # Sundays @ 11:30 am Thursdays @ 4 pm
1 02/05/2021 06/05/2021
2 09/05/2021 13/05/2021
3 16/05/2021 20/05/2021
4 23/05/2021 27/05/2021
5 30/05/2021 10/06/2021
6 13/06/2021 17/06/2021
7 20/06/2021 24/06/2021
8 27/06/2021 01/07/2021
9 04/07/2021 08/07/2021
10 11/07/2021 15/07/2021


Feel free to sign up for as many sessions as you wish! Please note that session spaces are limited however, and priority may be given to those signing up for the first time. Please only sign up for sessions you are sure that you can attend.


A parent/carer will need to be present for the duration of each session. No previous musical experience is required, and you will not be asked to purchase any instruments or resources for the sessions. As all sessions will take place online via Zoom however, you will need a device linked to a stable Wi-Fi connection to access the live sessions.


Please fill complete the simple form below to express your interest in attending a Musical Horizons session and we will be in touch with you shortly. We look forward to hearing from you!

Musical Horizons Expression of Interest

Select all that apply. Please note that places are limited and each application will be considered separately by Nicola Tagoe, Access and Inclusion Development Leader.