Billed as bigger and better than ever before, the 'Learn to Play Day' is a national event for all adults and children in the United Kingdom on March 12 and 13, 2016. It's organized by the Music for All charity to inspire new, or lapsed, musicians of all ages to take up or restart playing an instrument.
Steve White, renowned as one of the greatest and most influential British drummers of his generation, will be supporting the Learn to Play Day at Yamaha Music London on Sunday 13 March.
Since turning professional at the age of 17, Steve White has remained at the pinnacle of his profession for over 30 years, playing with many iconic British artists and bands, including Style Council, Paul Weller, The Who, Oasis, Ian Dury and Jon Lord.
Get a free drum lesson from Steve Steve White will be teaching an intimate class where basic sticking techniques will be explained along with some play along experience with Steve. This fun session will be a once in a lifetime opportunity to be taught by this legendary drummer and only available at Yamaha Music London.
Start time is 2 pm, duration is one hour. Please note: places must be booked.
Yamaha Music London, the famous musical instrument and musical equipment retail store in the heart of London's West End, are also offering drums one-to-one and group starter lessons for all the family from 10.30am to 4.30pm on Saturday 12 March and from 11.30am to 4.30pm on Sunday 13 March.
About the National Learn To Play Day Full details of all UK's 2016 National Learn To Play Day events and participating venues can be found www.learntoplayday.com.
Many professional musicians in the UK have given their support and endorsement. Among the ambassadors of the 'Learn to Play Day' are Gavin Harrison, Dame Evelyn Glennie, Bill Bruford, Nick Mason and Ian Paice.