Music Makers

PUBLISHED: 11:27 27 April 2006 | UPDATED: 09:11 24 May 2010

Members of a music school will get the opportunity to show off their talents at a special performance in May. The 2006 Keyboard and Piano Festival will take place at The Playhouse in Weston on May 7. The Music Maker's annual performance celebrates the ach

Members of a music school will get the opportunity to show off their talents at a special performance in May.The 2006 Keyboard and Piano Festival will take place at The Playhouse in Weston on May 7.The Music Maker's annual performance celebrates the achievements of its students throughout the year.Audiences can enjoy a broad range of performances covering music from the world of jazz, classical, blues, rock and stage shows.The Music Makers, based in Locking, started with one keyboard and a piano in a small room. Now it has expanded and musicians get to perform on advanced technical keyboards, often while studying for awards from the London College of Music.

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