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Music Tuition

Have you ever wanted to learn an instrument?

Maybe you love the idea of writing a song, strumming a guitar, or even giving the ukulele a go.

Why not give it a try?

Music tuition should be fun and accessible to all. At Fanfare Music, we believe in encouraging all our students to find their inner musician, at their own pace.

That’s why there are tons of great things to try at our Ossett Studio space. You could learn a new instrument and music theory either on your own, or as part of a group.

Ways to Learn

Music For Everyone

Fanfare Music provides music tuition through the following types of session:

individual children lesson also for adults at Fanfare Music school Ossett Wakefield

Individual Lessons

A great chance for students to gain confidence and have one-on-one tuition.

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Children's Group Lessons

Support one another and have fun through music.

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Adults’ Group Lessons

Learn physical and theory skills and build self-esteem.

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At Fanfare Music you can learn the following Instruments

All lessons provided by Fanfare are affordable, friendly, and run at your own pace.

Piano
Guitar
Ukulele
Violin
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Bass
Drums
It’s important that everyone - kids and adults alike - have the opportunity to try something new, to explore, and to gain confidence. What’s more, music tuition should never be locked away behind expensive prices. Our team knows of some of the cost barriers people face firsthand. Therefore, we encourage all our prospective students to reach out and learn more about our low-cost tuition.
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Why Book Music Tuition? 

If the idea of music lessons appeals to you, but you’ve never been quite sure whether or not to take the next step, here are some brilliant benefits of learning with Fanfare Music:
You can learn without restriction - no stuffy targets!
It’s great for building self-confidence and self-esteem
You set your own goals and dreams
You can easily learn at weekends, after school, or around work
You’ll get the chance to socialise with other students
You’ll find a new lease of life - you could turn a hobby into a real skill!
Whether you’d like to gain a qualification in music theory or an instrument of your choosing, Fanfare’s tutors are here to help.

Or, you might just fancy coming along for a bit of fun - and why not?

Blow your own Trumpet!

(Which you can do quite literally on Saturday Mornings in our Brass Band lesson!)

Getting up and making music takes confidence - we’re all nervous when we start! However, remember that even the best musicians and rockstars had to start somewhere. What’s more, it’s never too late to get started!

Music is something we can all share and get involved in. Learning a new musical skill is not just a great hobby and a brilliant opportunity to meet new people, it’s a whole new string to your bow! You never know what you might achieve.

Email us or send us a message if you’d like to know more!

Latest Updates

Read The Fanfare

Our online music school magazine full of news, celebratory articles and dates for your diary.

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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 […]

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HOW TO WARM UP YOUR SINGING VOICE

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 […]

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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 […]

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