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Your Space Music Lessons logoThree online music lessons for 22.50*Norm 30. Via Skype. Incl Piano, violin, singing & more

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If you want to start taking music lessons and fancy giving it a go via online Skype lessons, we've blagged three introductory 30-minute lessons for £22.50 with online music school Your Space Music Lessons*. But first, you can test the water with a 20-minute free taster session.

What's Your Space Music Lessons?

Your Space Music Lessons offers online music lessons for many instruments, including piano, violin and flute (see 'more info' for full list). Its lessons are for children and adults, from beginner-standard to advanced, and it told us that all of its teachers (currently 13) have suitable music qualifications, DBS checks and online training. Lesson slots are available between 8am and 8.30pm on weekdays and similarly on weekends, but with limited availability. 

Try it out for free

Before paying for any lessons, you can sign up for a totally free 20-minute taster session*. Just sign up and request a session - sessions are usually offered within one week, but can take up to 28 days.

In taster sessions, pupils meet their online music teacher, adjust any equipment, eg, webcam and sound levels, and discuss their goals and what music they want to learn. Pupils will also play their instrument so their teacher can assess their standard and give some starter tips.

How to get 3 lessons for £22.50

After your taster session, you will then be able to book lessons via your online account (not before). If you want to continue, select three introductory lessons and enter the MSE Blagged code MSE052017, and you'll get three 30-minute lessons for £22.50. Three introductory lessons usually cost £30, and the code's valid until 11.59pm on Wed 31 May.

You can then reserve your lesson slots in your tutor's online diary. There isn't a strict deadline you have to use the lessons by.

To reschedule a lesson, email customerservices@yourspacemusiclessons.com 48 hours before the lesson starts.

After the introductory lessons, if you want to purchase more lessons, it will cost £16.50 for 30-minute one-off lessons or £15 for 30-minute lessons if you book regular lessons via its monthly subscription.

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More info

It offers online music lessons for piano, violin, flute, saxophone, oboe, accordion, trumpet, cornet, trombone, bass trombone, tenor horn, euphonium, tuba, singing, guitar and music theory.

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