Children are getting the chance to try out a host of musical instruments - including unusual euphoniums - for free at schools in Hammersmith and Fulham.
Aspiring musicians are being offered places at special sessions at schools in the coming months. They have the chance to play saxophones, guitars and euphoniums - a trumpet-like brass instrument.
State schools pupils and young residents in the borough can get a free instrument for the first year of tuition, assistance with purchasing instruments and subsidised lessons.
The scheme also offers the opportunity to all to participate in orchestras and choirs free of charge.
Sessions are taking place at the following schools: Mondays - Queen's Manor Primary, Lysia Street, Fulham, from 3.45-5.45pm. Instruments available are clarinet, flute, guitar and keyboard.
Tuesdays - Wendell Park Primary, Cobbold Road, Shepherd's Bush, from 4-6pm. Instruments to try include clarinet, guitar and saxophone.
Wednesdays - Pope John Primary School in Commonwealth Avenue, Shepherd's Bush, from 4-6pm. Instruments available are the euphonium, guitar, trombone, trumpet and violin.
Thursdays - Fulham Primary, Halford Road, Fulham, from 4-6pm. Available to try are guitar, keyboard, viola and violin.
Saturdays - Latymer Upper School, King Street, Hammersmith. A range of instruments and sessions between 9.30am and 1.30pm.
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