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.
Fanfare Music provides music tuition through the following types of session:
All lessons provided by Fanfare are affordable, friendly, and run at your own pace.
(Which you can do quite literally on Saturday Mornings in our Brass 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!
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