Ask any musical instrument teacher or music shop if learning an instrument is good for you and the answer will always be yes. Now there is evidence to suggest the benefits stretch long into later life and can play a big part in keeping an agile mind into the golden years.
We've come across an article from the Telegraph which looks at studies proving just how beneficial learning an instrument can be! Read the facinating article here.
We've just heard from Bonners Music Superstore that they are offering an amazing 10% off of everything across the weekend!!! From pedals, to the latest Tyros 4 keyboard, it's worth a look!
The sale starts on Friday morning and continues to Monday afternoon.
Head over to www.bonners.co.uk!
Are you passionate about keyboard instruments?
Are you enthusiastic and approachable?
Do you enjoy being part of a hard-working team?
If so, Bonners Music would like to hear from you!
Bonners are currently looking for a knowledgeable keyboard enthusiast to join their retail team. Based in their flagship Piano/Keyboard & Orchestral Department, key duties will include helping customers select the best product to suit their needs, providing excellent customer service, and ensuring the shop floor is presented in a way that maintains Bonners Music Su... Read more.
BORN TO SHINE, in association with Save the Children’s ‘No Child is Born to Die’ campaign, is a brand new Sunday night show for ITV1. They are looking for the most talented youngsters (aged 9-16) to teach a celebrity their particular skill and then perform that in front of a live studio audience.
One of the shows contacts have been in touch in search of a budding organist who would be at a level high enough to teach a celebrity.
If you are that person or know of anyone that may be suitable, please get back in touch and we can forward the details on to ITV.
One of the UK's vintage Wurlitzer organs will be making its final concert appearance this Easter, after entertaining thousands of concert go-ers for 30 years.
Sadly, the James Finegan Hall at Eston is due to close at the end of May. There had been speculation about the long term future of the venue for a number of years, however the news came just a few months ago that it was the local authority's intent to close the hall in May 2011.
It is such a pity that a full season of concerts could not be presented in 2011. A substantial amount of work had been carr... Read more.
Enigma Records UK is a new, independent record label based in Wells. They are proud to present their debut album, Trumpet Variations, featuring Trumpet and Organ arrangements played by David Bertie (Trumpet) and Christopher Tambling on the magnificent 4-manual Compton Organ of Downside Abbey.
The music includes music by Karg-Elert, Mendelssohn, Stanley, Guilmant, Travers, Elgar and others, as well as original compositions by Christopher Tambling. Available to order from Enigma, Amazon and as a download from the iTunes store now.