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Reaping the rewards of a classical education

The world-class, publicly funded East Dunbartonshire institution enabled The Ayoub Sisters to flourish

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School was the centre of our musical education from 2006 to 2013 – and it was crucial in helping us start a career in music.

During that time, we had the opportunity to receive one-on-one piano, cello, violin, singing and composition lessons, as well as playing in chamber groups and partaking in vocal ensembles, choirs and a symphony orchestra. But that’s not all – we were regularly given platforms to perform in front of our fellow music school students, staff and peers.

We were at Douglas Academy’s music school, in East Dunbartonshire. Importantly, accommodation and transport to and from ...

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