Everyone loves music in their own way, but many people fear they're not musical, stopping them from ever singing or playing an instrument.
At Fanfare Music, we believe the joy of music is learning together. By building a fun, inclusive and affordable music school, all ages can belong to a community that just loves making a noise.
Music is for everyone and we help everyday people have fun with music!
That’s Mums, Dads, Kids, Grandparents, everyone - we should all have the opportunity to get up and express ourselves musically.
We’re an Ossett-based music school, studio and choir facility. Our close-knit Fanfare Family is genuinely passionate about the unlimited possibilities in songwriting, performance, and just making a good old racket!
Music and performance should be enjoyable. Fanfare provides an inclusive, accessible, warm and friendly space for you to learn new instruments and explore music theory at your own pace.
Learning how to play and perform music shouldn’t ever be stuffy, boring, or pressured. Unfortunately, many of us went through childhood having to learn instruments and theory to strict guidelines. There was simply no room for creativity or expression!
In 2008 my husband (to-be at that time) and I moved to a town in West Yorkshire called Ossett. We were both civil engineers working in the area and it made sense to settle there. Growing up I played the piano, I learnt at 4, peaked early, and played a lot for school at concerts […]Read More
First, what is a choir? Choirs come in all shapes and forms, but my pop choir, Local Vocals, is a group of enthusiastic people who share a love of singing and music and who join together regularly to work hard turning harmonies and melodies into something beautiful which they then share with their friends, families […]Read More
A question every student of the piano asks, I’m sure. But why are they so important, and why do so many people find them tricky, boring, hard work, a pain in the backside? First, what is a scale? A scale is the collection, played step by step, note by note, of all the notes which […]Read More