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Entertaining and educating South Canterbury & Otago

Entertaining and educating South Canterbury & Otago for 5 spectacular years.

The Bedford School of Music Entertainment is celebrating 5 years in the Waitaki region in 2017. Started by Miriam & Jae Bedford out of their home with just a handful of students and performing around the regions and far further a field to support the dream they shared. Their vision was that as an entertainment company they need to craft entertainers & shows for the ever changing industry. The school provides classes and workshops in Guitar, Voice, Bass, Drums, Piano, Ukulele, Piano, or recently added Dance & Drama programes have been a huge success. In 2017 TBSOM has spread as far as Palmerston and out as far as Omarama and is availavle now in Waimate & Timaru. They are under great demand to bring their brand of education & entertainment to music festival, weddings and other events locally and in Dunedin, Waimate, Tekapo, Timaru & Geraldine. In its 5years they have produced 3 digital album releases, several educationalresources and other books, entertained at hundreds of events & taught thousands of classes.

The massive succes of the innovative Music Madness program is breaking down barriers in literacy & numeracy with a module based program that introduce Music Theaory in a fun and exciting manner utilizing Music, Songwriting, Drama and Dance.

Miriam and Jae love what they do and really enjoy the family enviroment surrounding the school. They enjoy the relationships formed with parents and the youth of Oamaru. It provides education to all ages through traveling educators as well as their own unique skill set.

The school just celebrated 5 years with its hugely successful 'The Future Is Now Festival 17'. Photos attached. More photos and info at https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=793374067492364&id=153033134859797

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