Music For All launch imminent

12th Nov 2007 | 14:44

New organisation Music for All is to be launched to the public at a ticket-only

New organisation Music for All is to be launched to the public at a ticket-only fundraising dinner and auction at Madame Tussauds on Friday 23 November. '70s rock legends Argent will be headlining the event, coming together for a one-off performance to help launch MFA.

Some of the  incredible items in the auction include:
 
·         A drumming master-class with Ian Paice (Deep Purple)

·         A Roland TD-20K V-Drums kit signed by Omar Hakim

·         A Taylor 714ce acoustic guitar signed by Joe Walsh

·         An Akai MIDI pad controller signed by Genesis

·         A Fender Telecaster signed by Status Quo

·         Katie Melua's Crafter guitar

·         A Roland Fantom-X7 keyboard signed by Cliff Richard

·         An Ozark deluxe electro-acoustic guitar with cutaway model 3770 signed by Newton Faulkner
 
The mandate of Music for All is simple - to create more opportunities for people to understand and experience the joys and benefits of music making. Recent research has confirmed a significant demand for learning to play: over 15 million people wish to learn an instrument or return to playing music. Our aim is to help, by developing a range of projects that inspire, educate and enable more people to play music.  These projects will be aimed at all ages, from school children to retirement age.

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