Christmas Piano Day – It’s Never Too Late To Play Christmas!

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Have you played the piano in the past and feel that this is the right time to rekindle your love of the instrument

but don’t know how to start?

Do you feel that you need a bit of inspiration in your piano playing?

Have you have never played the piano before but would love to start?

…Then look no further!

Introducing ‘It’s Never Too Late to Play Christmas, a fun day of playing Christmas piano favourites and other repertoire in December 2018 for adult beginners up to more experienced players.


‘It’s Never Too Late to Play Christmas’ is at 10am – 4:30pm on Saturday 8th December ending on an informal concert.


Hill View House, Bedbury Lane, Freshwater, Isle of Wight, PO40 9PD. Click here for a map.


If you are coming from the mainland you have the option of accommodation on the Friday night with breakfast on the Saturday morning. I can meet the ferry from Lymington to Yarmouth so come as a foot passenger.

Accommodation is limited, so it’s whoever shouts first!


What the course will offer

  • A chance to meet other piano players.
  • Playing duets and trios.
  • Tips on how to practice
  • An introduction to new Christmas repertoire.
  • A little introduction to a brand new book – How to Play Jazz PIano
  • A chance to buy new music at a discounted rate.
  • Open forum.
  • A free copy of your choice from Pam’s collection of piano books.
  • There will be an informal gathering at the end of the course where you will be able to play what you have learnt on the course (but this is not compulsory!)



Course prices

To attend the 1 day course without accommodation: £75

To attend the course with accommodation on the Friday night and breakfast: £125

Refreshments will be available during the day and drinks will be served after the mini-concert.

A bit about Pam Wedgwood

I have been involved with teaching for the last 30 years and hopefully inspired many musicians to enjoy their chosen instrument.

I have written over 200 educational music books and have been fortunate enough to have travelled the world giving workshops to teachers and pupils.

Playing the piano is a skill for life.

As well as being an enjoyable experience it can also help with many coordination problems we may find in later life. Stimulating the left and right sides of the brain is hugely beneficial!

Playing the piano will also give you an amazing sense of achievement and will open up a whole new world to you, so come on, give it a try!


Book today!

Please book a place soon before it gets booked up – click here to download the booking form.

I do hope to see you on the course.

Pam Wedgwood

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