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Why Play an Instrument?
Having the opportunity to learn to play a musical instrument and to play and perform with others is known to improve self-esteem, self-confidence and social skills, leading to a positive attitude to schooling and improved standards in music and the wider curriculum. (Ofsted)
There’s a special kind of joy that’s created through playing, writing music and sharing that joy with others through performance.
It’s for everyone
There are many kinds of music to enjoy. People from every background and culture can play music together. Music brings us together and gives us something in common.
It’s a way of expressing yourself!
Being able to change the way people feel through music is one of the things that makes it a special subject to study.
It’s a social activity
Through group rehearsals students meet new people and learn about their passion for music. Sharing unique views through music often leads to strong friendships.
- Contact us
- Lancashire Music Service Parental Direct Payment Scheme 2022 – 2023
- Lancashire Music Service Centre Brochure 2020-2021
- Opportunities for children and young people with More Music