24th February 2015
Play On is a fun, inclusive way to learn a musical instrument and meet new friends. Young people (6-20 yrs) with additional support needs can access this unique opportunity to learn a musical instrument, make up their own music in a group and play in performances. Aspiring students who want to take their interest further can learn at a more advanced level. Whatever their interest or ability, Play On gives students the chance to be immersed in high quality music training. Family members of any age can join in too and experience the fun of playing music in a supportive and fun atmosphere.
Paragon’s team of top professional tutors teach: piano/keyboard; guitar; bass; percussion/kit; saxophone/clarinet.
Play On is run in collaboration with the University of Strathclyde. Sessions are held at: Graham Hills Building, 50 Richmond St, Glasgow G1 1XP
Saturday mornings: 10.00 – 1.00
Play On sessions for 2015:
21 February; 28 February; 7 March; 14 March; 21 March; 28 March
Thanks to subsidy from Creative Scotland and BBC Children in Need, participating students only pay £5 per week to attend. Students that would like to attend but are unable to afford the tuition will be able to apply for FREE lessons through Paragon’s Play On Bursary Scheme. We are very grateful to our partners at ENABLE Scotland and Band Supplies Glasgow who have helped Paragon to set up this new opportunity for young disabled people.
If you are interested in coming along please register at least 5 days in advance by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org or 0141 354 0234