What You'll Get
Studies show children who don't learn to play a musical instrument often try to eat one. Save your offspring from an awkward doctor's visit with today's Groupon: for $55, you get four half-hour guitar, bass, drum, or piano lessons at Infuzion in Durham (up to a $116 value).
Infuzion presents budding musicians of all ages and skill levels with a vast spectrum of classes led by melody-savvy musicians who can help all students reach their specific goals. Private training allows for more flexibility and focus on specific styles of music and skill sets, including sight-reading, songwriting, music theory, and how to use a fog machine to make a dramatic post office entrance. Infuzion's considerate and creative instructors are university-trained and have a wide variety of backgrounds, specialties, and personalities, making it easy to pair each pupil with an ideal teacher. Students may eventually have the opportunity to gain valuable experience by preparing for a recital, all of which are free for performers and attendees and feature an eclectic variety of styles.
The Infuzion facilities boast 22 sound-treated practice rooms, as well as larger performance areas for ensembles and bands. For parents and siblings of aspiring Eric Claptons, the studio offers several waiting areas, each with free WiFi and a wizened bluesman with a lengthy tale of hardship. Students age 18 or older and parents of students younger than 18 will also receive a free one-month gym membership at Infuzion's fitness facilities.
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The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Aug 21, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Must activate classes by 8/21/11, classes expire 6 weeks from activation. Reservation required; subject to availability. 18 and over or parents of children under 18 may receive 1 month gym membership. Non-transferable. Redeemable across visits. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
Miriam Catron discovered a way to combine her love of music and athleticism—in 1997, she created Infuzion, a family-friendly center dedicated to art in all its aspects that furnishes interactive opportunities in music, theater, dance, and martial arts. Miriam selects enthusiastic and impeccably trained teachers to help students to thrive in their chosen field of study, whether they’re wielding a viola, executing a high kick, or performing a monologue on the secret lives of monologists. To round out the center's skill-instilling potential, a fitness studio hones able bodies with its arsenal of workout machines and spacious aerobics rooms that pulsate with a thunderous sound system to give soul shakers a reason to boogie outside one’s bedroom confines.