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Aspiring musicians can take notes at Havering Music School open day

14:26 27 June 2013

Havering Council's education boss Cllr Paul Rochford

Havering Council's education boss Cllr Paul Rochford

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Add some strings to your bow at Havering Music School’s open day.

The council is holding the event on Saturday, July 6, at Havering Sixth Form College in Hornchurch, from 1pm until 4pm. It’s open to people of all ages.

You can learn about your favourite instruments and have a go at them yourself, with free expert advice available, as well as signing up to classes for yourself or your children.

There will be live bands all afternoon.

Havering’s education boss Cllr Paul Rochford said: “There’s so much on offer to broaden your musical horizons at the school.

“Music is such a powerful thing that’s guaranteed to have a positive impact on your life in some way. So if you’ve ever wanted to give it a try, now’s your chance.”

Entry is free by you need a ticket. You can reserve them by e-mailing musicschool@havering.gov.uk, and there will also be some available to pick up on the door.

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