Instrument Rental – Rent Your School Band or Orchestra Instrument Online

Rent your school band or orchestra instrument on our website and pick it up at your convenience, or we offer Free delivery to your school in the Fall !
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Rental Program Overview 
Renting a quality, brand-name instrument is an inexpensive and therefore practical way to “try before you buy.” With our convenient and flexible rental program, you can get your child started in a school music program without investing in an instrument before you know for sure your child is committed. Our rent-to-own program is designed to help students have success in music. We feature top quality student instruments at affordable prices. The best part? Unlike other rental companies, your payments – excluding tax and maintenance – go toward the purchase of the instrument you are renting or a better quality instrument.
As new music students, your child is going to learn to read music notes and become familiar with the mechanics of their instrument (fingerings and proper positioning) and learn how to produce a good quality sound. The instrument your child takes to school should enhance – not inhibit – the process. Creative Music Center rental instruments are chosen for their reliability, durability and playability.
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May 8th we Celebrate Our 4 year anniversary!

celebrating4thThursday, May 8th we Celebrate Our 4 year anniversary!  Just a quick thank you to all our customers, and friends of Southbury Music, your ongoing support and dedication is greatly appreciated!

Rock Band 2014

Rock Band 2014

Rock Band 2014

You’re Everything

Screenshot_2014-03-21-15-15-21-1One of our voice instructors and a student performing:

Instructor Katelyn Gavagan  & Student Sydney

You’re Everything

Stephan Tiezsen in New London Day

bilde Two soloists featured in Brahms concerto – Eastern Connecticut Symphony Orchestra concertmaster Stephan Tiezsen, left, and former cello principal Alvin Wong will be the soloists in Brahms’ Double Concerto.

When Music Director Toshi Shimada discusses Saturday’s Eastern Connecticut Symphony Orchestra concerts, he says, “Usually the ‘Three Bs’ are Bach, Beethoven and Brahms, but this time, Barber is in there instead of Bach.”

So the concert at the Garde Arts Center will open with Samuel Barber’s powerful Symphony No. 1, a concise and powerful piece that packs all of the sonic heft of a 40-minute Romantic epic in a 20-minute package.

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