'What we play is Life' Louis Armstrong


Our students who have been offered jazz places for 2015:

Tom Wright, Drums - Postgraduat at Trinity Laban
Ami Oprenova, Vocals - Guildhall School of Music and Drama

Here are some messages:

Just thought I would let you know that I'm so very happy to say I got the Jazz Bass place at The Royal Academy of Music!!! I'm so surprised and ridiculously overwhelmed! I couldn't thank you and everyone at Mehr Clef enough, I can most definitely say that the course inspired me and my playing so much, and that I really don't think I would of got a place anywhere if I hadn't done the course. I also really appreciated you taking the time to write me a reference, so thank you again.
Daisy George

LMH was a fantastic venue for the last summer course and last year’s course was the most enjoyable one yet!  I accepted my undergrad Royal Academy of Music place for 2014, which I’m incredibly excited about, and I really think the mock auditions you ran at the course were the best possible preparation for the whole audition experience. I’m hoping in 2014 to come to the Easter Course as well, as others really recommended it.
Tom Smith

                             MEhr Clef - Absolute Jazz Education            

Based in London, United Kingdom, MEhr Clef is a Nor For Profit Jazz Academy organizing Summer Schools, Professional Development Courses, Masterclasses, Workshops, Tuition and Live Jazz Events to showcase students.

Course are held at Lady Margaret Hall Oxford University, a most beautiful venue steeped in history with great facilities which gives students a wonderful opportunity to experience life at one of the world's finest Universities. Do take a look at their Facebook page which includes photos of our Professional Development Course in March this year.

Everyone involved in the organization is an experienced musician/performer and teacher and has, first and foremost, students’ and musicians' interests at heart.

Courses and workshops are tailored to cater for all ages and ability levels, from beginners to professionals, and offer excellent performance and networking opportunities.

Our tutors are among the very best in the UK and most of them are professors for Jazz at Britain's finest and most desirable Music Colleges and Conservatoires:

Malcolm Edmonstone - Deputy Head of Jazz, Guildhall School of Music and Drama, London
Martin France - Jazz Professor at Royal Academy of Music, London
Lee Gibson - Jazz Professor at Guildhall School of Music and Drama, London
Mark Hodgson - Jazz Professor at Birmingham Conservatoire, Birmingham
Stan Sulzmann - Jazz Professor at Royal Academy of Music, London
Steve Waterman - Jazz Professor at Trinity Laban Conservatoire, London

For students wishing to pursue music studies the course offers audition preparation and a mock audition. Since our inauguration in 2005 each one of our students who applied to renowned Music Schools, Academies and Conservatoires for Undergraduate or Postgraduate Jazz studies was offered a place.