"We are the music makers, we are the dreamers of dreams"

What We Do

We offer lessons in Drums, Ukulele, Electric and Acoustic Guitar, Songwriting, Sound Recording, Electronic Music Production and Trumpet in Neyland, Pembrokeshire, through workshops, group classes and 1-to-1 sessions. Lessons can be delivered in person or online. We cater to all abilities from absolute beginners to experienced players who want to develop their musical craft further. All ages are welcome above 8 years old, to retirees. You’re never too young or too old to learn a new skill.

We help you find your own tune!


The Ukulele is a great option for a first instrument as it is easy to play due to its small size. It is also an excellent stepping stone to playing the Guitar.


PLAY THE DRUM KIT! You can learn to play styles like Rock, Pop, Reggae, Punk, Soul, Blues and others


Learn to play your favourite songs. All popular genres covered. Build confidence and entertain your friends


Programme drum beats and make songs using ABLETON PUSH! and ABLETON LIVE! Can also include Rapping and Singing


Play your favourite songs on the Keyboard. Use our 88 key fully weighted digital piano, our Nord C2, or one (or more!) of the other MIDI/USB keyboards and sound modules like the Novation Bass Station.


You don’t actually need to be able to play an instrument to write a song. All you need are ideas. Learn how to craft a song from beginning to finish. This includes recording your ideas.


Why not play the trumpet? It’s one of the oldest instruments in the world but still one of the best loved. Learn how to develop an embouchure and get playing those hits


Record instruments, utensils, ambient noises with various microphones and turn them into soundscapes or compositions. Record yourself for your song.

Group Classes

Richie teaches a number of adult music classes in the community for Learning Pembrokeshire, Pembrokeshire Council at the Haverfordwest and Pembroke Dock community learning centres. All classes can be booked online via Pembrokeshire Council’s website.

Do I need my own instrument? Can students learn music they like? What genres do you cover? Is it better to start on acoustic or electric guitar?

“Where words fail, music speaks.”

Hans Christian Andersen