What if you're nervous about how you might sound? It would be a shame never to find out and to always wish you'd learnt to play.
There’s no need to worry! Everyone’s a little nervous the first time they try anything new.
With individual lessons at Fanfare Music, you’ll have the chance to learn new skills at your own pace. Paired with an experienced and friendly teacher, you’ll take all the time you need to brush up on guitar, drums, bass, piano or even violin!
It’s all about having fun, first and foremost - and the sessions will fly by as you pick up skills to help you pass exams if you choose to take them. You might surprise yourself, and we promise there is no judgement here.
Learning an instrument is about feeling your way through the music as much as learning the techniques. There will be some theory elements here and there, but Fanfare will guide you through all the steps you need to learn your instrument without any kind of pressure.
Individual lessons at Fanfare Music are available privately for both adults and children. Kids aged four and up are welcome to start learning a variety of instruments from an early age! All we advise is that Mum, Dad or both parents come along, too.
You'll love the acoustics at Fanfare's purpose-built studio in Ossett, West Yorkshire. New students will benefit from friendly, welcoming one-to-one sessions with teachers who genuinely love music.
Fanfare’s mission is to make individual learning accessible, affordable and enjoyable. Why should it be anything else?
We love helping new students of all ages find their rhythms, tempos and tones. Remember - you don’t have to be a superstar from the get-go!
Try something new. If you’d prefer group sessions, we have space available for social learning, too!
Email us or send us a message to set up your first lesson - let’s make some music!
With an upcoming choir and piano concert looming I’ve been thinking hard about what makes a good performance. How can we make our audience feel glad that they spent their hard earned cash on a ticket and made the effort to take time out of their busy lives and show up on the day? And […]Read More
You wouldn’t lift weights without first warming up and you wouldn’t do an aerobics class without first warming up, so why would you sing without first warming up? When we sing we are using our vocal cords (soft tissue) and the larynx muscles and if we don’t stretch and warm them up before starting to […]Read More
If you have a performance coming up, no matter what it is, from making a speech, to singing a solo or playing in an orchestra, you might be feeling a little bit nervous right now. There’s nothing unusual about this, I certainly am; many performers, some with years of experience, and novices alike, feel the […]Read More