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Music and art aficionado? Spend a sublime spring evening in Sussex with violinist and arts broadcaster Clemency Burton-Hill, who has created an inspirational book recommending a wonderful piece of music for each day of the year, and Gainsborough’s biographer, historian James Hamilton.
In partnership with The Bath Festival, Wiltshire Music Centre presents a stellar evening of Hadyn’s symphonies, brought to life by the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, an acclaimed British period instrument orchestra, and the alumni Choir of Clare College, Cambridge.
Beginners’ Ukulele offers a fun & friendly way for a total beginner to learn to play this very portable instrument over a series of six 1 hour sessions. With a maximum of 5 beginners in any one class, attendees are assured of being in a supportive environment with plenty personal instruction on hand.
What do we think? Why not take the musical plunge and start to learn an instrument! Studies have shown that playing an instrument or singing in a choir enhances emotional well-being, brain health, cognitive and hearing functions. Hogan Academy’s Lifelong Learners initiative entitles OAPs and Retirees to have the chance to learn an instrument at a discounted rate. Instruments included in the scheme are guitar (all styles except classical), bass, ukulele, drums, piano and keyboard. You can also have lessons in DJ skills and electronic music production. Lessons take place at Hogan Academy, which is based above the Hogan...
Whether you’re looking to start learning a new musical instrument, or hoping to pick up where you left off years ago, Dawkes Music permits students to hire woodwind and brass instruments – from clarinets to flutes and french horns to bassoons. Your instrument of choice will be sent to your home, and you can use their teacher search function to find a teacher near you – making music has never been simpler!
Some just like pianos for decoration whilst others have them with the intention to play but never quite get around to having lessons! If the latter strikes a chord and the ability to sit down at the piano to play some tunes for relaxation or even to entertain sounds tempting, read on!
Happy with the basics but keen to take your guitar playing to the next level, from the comfort of your home when it suits you? This course will give you a thorough grounding and all the support you need, before making the step to accomplished guitarist in your chosen guitar genre.