Free music lessons in Kent with MusicStation as part of Learn to Play day

by Lauren Abbott

A music school is offering free lessons to youngsters as part of a campaign to encourage more children to pick up an instrument.

Rock and pop education specialists MusicStation offers lessons in guitar, ukulele, bass, drums, keyboards/piano and vocals both after school and at weekends.

MusicStation says its emphasis is on enjoyment and that music lessons can and should be fun with learning based around popular songs from both classic and new artists including The Beatles, Bob Marley, Adele, Led Zeppelin and Bruno Mars.

MusicStation teaches youngsters to play an instrument outside of school
MusicStation teaches youngsters to play an instrument outside of school

MusicStation first opened in Kent in Tonbridge in 2013 and has taught over 75,000 lessons. It also has a teaching base at The Forum music venue in Tunbridge Wells and recently began offering music lessons at sports and entertainment venue K Sports in Aylesford.

Director James Sedge said: “I’ve learnt so much over the past 25 years that I want to share with new musicians. I want all youngsters to have the chance to learn an instrument in professional facilities, at a reasonable price."

James and his team are taking part in national initiative Learn to Play day in March at all three MusicStation venues.

Music Station at K Sports in Aylesford (6864144)
Music Station at K Sports in Aylesford (6864144)

The event aims to encourage children of all ages and abilities to take up learning to play a musical instrument.

There will be free lessons in the teaching studio at K Sports, Aylesford between noon and 5pm on Saturday, March 23.

Learn to Play is also taking place with MusicStation at the Tonbridge centre on the same day and at The Forum in Tunbridge Wells on March 24.

Booking is highly recommended because demand will be high.

For more information visit or telephone 01732 350629

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