LIVINGSTON, NJ — Andy’s Family Music Center is offering a “Welcome Spring” music promotion to all new students beginning this week. By scheduling an introductory lesson by April 29 using the attached coupon, new students will get their second lesson free.
New students are encouraged to schedule ahead, as space is limited and will be scheduled on a first come, first serve basis. The promotion, available only to new students, allows the student to buy one half-hour lesson for $37.50 and get the second one free.
The first lesson is an introduction between the teacher and the student, where the teacher will ask the student about previous music experience and evaluate what level the student is currently at. The teacher will also assess the student’s musical interests.
“Here at Andy's we like to personalize the lesson to make the experience both educational and also fun,” said owner Joe Vitello.
Instruments taught at Andy’s Family Music Center include piano, voice, guitar, bass, violin, viola, cello, saxophone, clarinet, flute, trumpet, trombone and drums.
Piano, guitar, bass and drums can be borrowed for a trial lesson. Guitar and bass can be rented monthly going forward. Violin, viola, cello, saxophone, clarinet, flute, trumpet and trombone can be rented for three-month and 10-month periods.
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About Andy's Family Music Center:
Andy's Family Music Center of Livingston, New Jersey is a one-stop-shop for music and voice instruction. The diverse and qualified staff of instructors offers lessons in all instruments and styles—for students of all ages and levels of skill—in a comfortable and friendly atmosphere.
Andy's also offers a full line of quality musical instruments, including electric and acoustic guitars and basses, brass, woodwinds, stringed instruments, drums and percussion—all priced to fit the customer’s budget. In addition, Andy’s carries a wide selection of amplifiers, microphones, cables, cases, strings, reeds, sheet music and other accessories.
For more information, call (973) 716-0400 or stop by in person at 77 W. Mt. Pleasant Avenue.