Free music sessions at Shanklin are scheduled thanks to the charity “Music For All”
Music for all
This weekend (Saturday and Sunday) Islanders are invited to an event offering free music lessons.
The event was canceled last year due to the pandemic, but now the charity behind the event, Music for all, is back for its “Learn to Play” event.
The aim of the sessions is to encourage new and old music makers to discover the joys and benefits of making music.
By offering free music lessons at venues across the county, in person or, for the first time, online, allows all ages and abilities to easily access and perform a wide range of musical instruments. their dreams of learning to play an instrument.
Supported by Music for All Ambassadors including Jools Holland, Jamie Cullum and Snow Patrol, Learn to Play Day ’21 will take place at the Shanklin Town Brass Band, Rylstone Gardens, Shanklin and offer free 10-15 minute music lessons.
More locations are expected to be announced in the coming weeks.
Tony Followell, Chairman of the Trustees of Music for All, said:
“The positive impact of learning to play a musical instrument is well known, and the past 18 months have highlighted the enormous benefits that music can offer to individual well-being and social cohesion. The universal appeal of music speaks to all of us and we want everyone to have the opportunity to experience music creation for themselves.
“As a charity, we understand that not everyone can afford instruments and lessons or have access to the services that would support their musical creation.
“We hope to spread joy and inspiration with the universal gift of music across the Isle of Wight.”
To find a free music lesson near you or to register online, visit https://musicforall.org.uk/learntoplayday/.
Or find the association on Facebook here https://www.facebook.com/musicforallcharity