Free Nationwide Music Lessons : One Week To Go
The countdown is on with only one week to go to National Learn To
Play Day, the day that offers FREE music instrument lessons to
ANYONE who wants to take part across the UK.
A host of musicians and celebrities are supporting the event
including Al Murray giving free drum lessons at Chappell
of Bond Street, London, Nick Mason appearing at Footes
Music Store, London and Harry Hill offering free ukulele
lessons at JG Windows, Gateshead Metrocentre.
Other highlights include former Yes/King Crimson drummer Bill
Bruford at Andertons in Guildford, flamboyant rock
musicianArthur Brown visiting ABC Music in Market Harborough,
up and coming singer Sertari at Nevada Music in
Portsmouth and at Absolute Music, Bournemouth the Major will
helping the local Beaver Scouts with their music badges!
The UK's inaugural National Learn to Play Day in 2012 provided
over 10,000 music lessons on guitar, piano, drums and a range of
orchestral instruments and 2013 is set to exceed this figure with
over seventy five shops nationwide taking part.
Teachers, demonstrators, and celebrities will all be helping
making this a truly memorable day, plus there will be prizes, goody
bags, discounts and technical support from musical instrument
companies as varied as Yamaha, Peavey, Blackstar, Orange
Amplification, Sound Technology and JHS.
This is the ideal chance to take your first lesson or make the
move back into music and learn a skill that is timeless. Jools
Holland, Patron of the organising charity Music for All, commented
"I am delighted to help Music for All in their quest to inspire
more people to participate in music making"
To find your nearest participating shop please visit www.learntoplayday.com, for the latest up to
date news and venue details.