Music lovers can take advantage of an hour lesson in either singing, drumming, guitar or piano, just by entering our free festive prize draw.
April Chapman of The Piano Academy has teamed up with the Standard to offer this draw as a way of telling everyone the popular music school has moved to a new location.
Formerly based in Castleton Boulevard, the Piano Academy is now situated in Lincoln Road, next to Rasmussens convenience shop, and boasts more space, new courses and its very own drum and guitar studio, with lessons being run by new tutors Gary Moir and Miles Green.
“I am delighted to offer these free hour lessons to give a little taste of what we have to offer here and to welcome people to our new site,” said April Chapman. “Winners can also take advantage of learning a new skill during December and maybe pick up a festive Christmas tune or two.”
The new modern and spacious academy offers three teaching rooms, a practice room and two studios, which has allowed for more instructors to be taken on in guitar and drumming. There are also a few rare spaces available for piano, due to the academy scaling up in size. Inspired youngsters are taught by qualified, professional instructors, April Chapman, Rachel Wickes and Marie Schofield.
A new course, Singing for Health and Happiness has also begun for anyone of any age or experience that loves to sing, lead by vocal coach Rachel Wickes.
The Piano Academy caters for those who just want to play an instrument for fun or those who wish to follow accredited examination board qualifications from Grades 1-8. Visit www.pianoacademy.org.uk or call 01754 763022.
To enter, simply pick up this week’s Standard (November 21st edition) and go to page 19 for an entry form.