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What You'll Get
At the age at which most children learn to speak, Mozart had already composed four symphonies, restored 11 classic cars, and built a robot to play against in squash. Catch up to Mozart’s accomplishments with today’s Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $39 for one month of music lessons with instrument rental (up to a $165 value)
- $65 for two months of music lessons with instrument rental (up to a $330 value)<p>
Students can choose from the following instruments: flute, clarinet, alto saxophone, trumpet, trombone, violin, viola, string bass, or percussion.<p>
Lessons take place once each week on Monday–Saturday for 30 minutes. Students may be required to purchase additional materials for lessons, depending on the instrument chosen. <p>
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 12, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Valid only for option purchased. New clients only. Valid only for band or orchestra instruments. Additional materials may be required for lessons depending on the instrument choice. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Musical Innovations
The flittering notes of flutes pipe through the doors of Musical Innovations, followed by the deep plucking of a string bass as novice musicians studiously master their instrument of choice. Students can try their hands at woodwinds, horns, percussion, and stringed instruments, renting music-making equipment from the shop if necessary. Led by accomplished musician and educational advocate Tracy Leenman, each one of the shop's employees holds a degree in music, and thus can yodel Beethoven's Ninth Symphony while leading shoppers through an inventory of sheet music and instruments that range from beginner models to professional quality, including custom flutes and specialty strings. Home-school programs take musical instruction on the road, and in-shop summer camp programs keep youngsters from practicing archery with violin bows.