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Absolute Music was set up in 2003 and is now one of the biggest music superstores in the UK. As well as selling instruments, we are at the forefront of music education giving lessons both through local schools and on a one- to-one basis. With the decrease of funding of music teaching in schools, we would like to work together to offer more access to playing instruments, vocal coaching and developing production skills. We would also like to give opportunities to the anyone who may struggle to access music due to health conditions and low income. As a result of these pressures, we decided to set up our own charity focussing on enabling people of all ages and from all backgrounds to participate in music-making.  Our aim is to ‘Enrich Lives Through Music’. You too can help make a difference.

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5 days ago

The Absolute Music Trust

An enormous thank you to Poole Grammar School, whose sixth-formers' contributions to today's non-uniform day are coming to the The Absolute Music Trust. Your monies are greatly appreciated and will go towards some amazing things, and we invite any students, staff or parents to get in touch to find out how you can get involved with us and the work that we do. Thank you!! ... See MoreSee Less

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Donate unwanted instruments/equipment during February, March and April - The Absolute Music Trust Amnesty. Enriching lives through music! - simply drop into Absolute Music.
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DETAILS: The Absolute Music Trust Amnesty
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2 weeks ago

The Absolute Music Trust

The Absolute Music Trust AmnestyThe Absolute Music Trust’s - Music Instrument Amnesty Give a new life to your unused or unwanted instrument by donating it to The Absolute Music Trust (AMT). The AMT is busy delivering music workshops and lessons to those less fortunate. Here’s just a taster of what we do…. We visit schools, care homes, hospitals and community groups to ‘Enrich Lives Through Music’. We deliver interactive music workshops We donate instruments We organise one-to-one music lessons We host 'Learn to Play Days' where anyone can come along and try a taster music lesson We apply for grants to help organisations and individuals We work together with others to fundraise and support the charity During February, March & April 2019 you can drop off unwanted instruments/equipment at Absolute Music. Rummage in your loft, bedroom or ask at school/work Drop off the instrument/equipment at the sales counter in the Absolute Music award winning superstore You’ll be given a quick form to fill in so we know what you kindly donated (optional). We will then work with the Absolute Music’s workshop and local businesses to restore and fingers-crossed…your instrument will be used by someone deserving and put a smile on their face. Criteria: we welcome any type of instrument/equipment including… guitars / drum sticks / keyboards / violins / mixing desks / music books the instrument must be ready to use or repairable you must be the owner of the instrument drop offs can only be made during trading hours to the main counter Mon to Sat 10am til 6pm / Sun 10am til 4pm for queries, comments or suggestions, please contact Suzy at The Absolute Music Trust / 07866 489 585 / suzy@absolutemusic.co.uk Drop off address: Absolute Music Knighton Heath Estate, 855 Ringwood Road Bournemouth, Dorset, BH11 8NE. www.absolutemusictrust.org Thank You ... See MoreSee Less

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