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Find out more about music academy at open day

PUBLISHED: 14:45 17 January 2018 | UPDATED: 14:45 17 January 2018

JDT Music Academy in Dereham after their successful world record attempt. Picture: Ian Burt

JDT Music Academy in Dereham after their successful world record attempt. Picture: Ian Burt

A music academy in Dereham is inviting potential students to an Open Day to learn more about the services it offers.

JDT Music Academy will open its doors on Saturday, February 3 to give visitors the opportunity to take a tour of the studio on Charles Wood Road, talk to the team, enjoy live performances from its students and choirs as well as taking part in some fun workshops.

Now in its 17th year the academy is hugely proud of its achievements from successfully passing almost 1000 students through music exams, delivering exciting music projects and peripatetic lessons to over 30 schools across East Anglia and breaking three Guinness World Records.

They now provide guitar, bass, ukulele, singing and drum lessons, workshops, Arts Award and therapeutic sessions, rock choirs ‘RockavoX’ and ‘MinivoX’, drum fitness class and a programme for adults with disabilities.

Visitors are welcome between 10am and 2pm on the day.

Further details are available on the website at www.jdtmusic.co.uk/open-day-2018 or contact the team on 01362 694817.

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