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Bursary options for instrumental lessons

Discussion in 'Music' started by lesleyanne, Dec 10, 2010.

  1. Can anyone suggest where to find donors/financial assistance for a really talented child to play an orchestral instrument? Just to cover the cost of lessons. Grateful for any ideas!
  2. Hi. First you should ask your school or LEA to see if they could offer any assistance. If not write and send a letter asking for sponsorship from local business both big and small. Hope this helps
  3. Your local music service may offer scholarships/bursaries for talented musicians which are generally on an audition/application basis, it would be worth giving them a ring.

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