MusicNJLessons.com will be hosting their first annual music student recital and new student info session on Saturday, September 21st, 2013 from 5-6 PM at The Crossroads, 78 North Ave., Garwood, NJ. This recital will feature mostly guitar, vocal, and piano students, but the company offers lessons for all ages and abilities on many different instruments. With a small $10 admission fee, all are welcome to attend and enjoy the celebration of the students’ achievements and ask any questions afterward about receiving in home or in studio music lessons. Lessons currently span as far north as Hackensack and as far south as Plainsboro. Selections within the recital will include cultural songs, familiar children’s tunes, TV and Broadway themes, as well as current pop/rock selections. MusicNJLessons.com is very excited to be hosting their first recital at an actual music venue with a stage (meant to inspire the students more than just having it at their music school or in a basement of a church), which also offers food and drinks to our family, friends and guests at the show. We hope to see you there! For questions or more information please call 908-294-1474 or check us out online at www.MusicNJLessons.com.
MusicNJLessons.com Hosts First Recital/ New Student Info Session
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