Pay R42.50 for an introductory piano, drums, guitar, bass, singing, drama and public speaking or band workshop with Nu-Song Music & Drama School, valued at R170 (save 75%)
- Save 75% on a 1-hour introductory workshop
- Choose from piano, drums, guitar, bass, singing, drama and public speaking or band workshops
- No experience needed
- Covers genres from hard-rock to jazz
- Passionate teachers
- Individual attention
- Ideal as a gift
- Groupon redeemable for 2 months
- Groupon only issued and valid once deal closes
- Redemption only on presentation of individual printed Groupon(s)
- Booking essential: 084 703 5239
- One Groupon per person
- Groupon valid Monday to Saturday
Epic air-guitar solos are a great ice-breaker at parties, but air-instrument maestros are a dime-a-dozen these days. Make a lasting impression with today’s Groupon and get some actual aural skills with an introductory piano, drums, guitar, bass, singing, drama and public speaking or band workshop with Nu-Song Music & Drama School for R42.50.
The dedicated staff of Pretoria’s Nu-Song school for aspiring thespians and vocal-Picassos are passionate about creating a new generation of goosebump-inducing public speakers and show-tune showstoppers. Even if your biggest musical dream is to perform a perfect rendition of Chopsticks, one of the highly trained teachers will be able to get you hitting the black-and-whites with well-informed flair.
If the piano is a bit too stuffy for you, maybe you’re the hard-rock type that would like to pluck the strings on an actual guitar rather than one of the air-variety or you’d like to be able to hit those high notes while you’re singing in the shower. Whichever instrument you decide to dedicate your time to, the enthusiastic teachers will ensure that the one-hour introductory workshop is enough to make you want to come back for more. With a definite fun is the way to go approach to teaching, you don’t have to worry about strict high-schoolish images of being rapped over the knuckles when you hit the wrong note.
If you watched Shakespeare’s plays and found yourself more drawn to the acting than the subtle strains of lute music, the drama and public speaking workshop is definitely for you. Though you probably won’t be performing any dramatic monologues, it’s definitely a good way to dip your toes into the theatrical waters.
Every student is treated as an individual and the enthusiastic teachers will make sure that the workshop works for you.
String Statistic: The first guitar was created in 1764 and was made of the wood from a scrapped Viking sailboat and the tail-hairs of an elderly Bison. It could only play in C-flat.