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Instrument tuition online with Musical Orbit

April 5, 2015
From WildKat PR
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A portal into the classical music profession, Musical Orbit allows you to learn from the very best musicians in the business through personal lessons, masterclasses and webinars online. From anywhere in the world, you can connect with leading musicians from the finest orchestras across the globe to receive artistic appraisal and tailored, professional analysis of your playing.
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Founder Nicole Wilson will present the website and it’s features, with live performances from some of the musicians on the website including Leader of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra Clio Gould, violist Rachel Roberts and the Skelton Skinner All Stars, including Mike Lovatt and Matt Skelton. International pianist Simon Mulligan will also perform live from New York’s Steinway Showroom.
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Lessons are available now but the official launch event will take place on Monday 20th April 2015 at The Nave, 78 Bishopsgate, EC2N 4AG at 5pm. The launch will be reviewed on this website.
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Download a Musical Orbit Fact Sheet for more information.
Musical Orbit website: http://musicalorbit.com/
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For more information contact:
Olivia Brown
Account Manager
WildKat PRUK:  +44 (0)20 3422 3344
DE:  +49 (0)30 2150 2932
US:  +1 646 741 2182Lower Ground
38 Commercial Street
London
E1 6LP
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