Our Safety Plan - Updated May 2022

The Muse wishes to continue to provide an inclusive, safe environment for anyone who wishes to participate in music making. In order to do this while Covid 19 is prevalent in our community, we will offer the option to attend any of our activities 'in person' or via zoom.

Please note, we are currently reviewing our mask requirements while surveying our current students. The following policy may be adapted soon. 13/09/22

The Muse will take the following precautions to keep the ‘in person’ classes safe:


All tutors and participants will wear masks and numbers will be kept to a size to allow for a one metre distance.  There will be no food and drink consumed as part of classes. Participants are invited to bring their own individual drink bottles. People may remove their masks outside, with adequate distance.

Our Dyson air purifer is running during all classes.


We will clean between groups, and keep records of everyone who attends.

If people choose to attend the drumming class from home, they may borrow a drum at no cost (and these drums may need to be temporarily returned for special events or workshops or external hires.

People attending the choirs have access to resources to learn from home, or can arrange to collect music from The Hub.


If people don’t have access to a computer or smart phone, or need help getting connected, we may be able to help, through our friends at EcoTech


Please feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns