August 2016 Posts

Mark Flight – Staff Spotlight

Our latest Staff Spotlight is with Mark Flight. Mark joined Paige’s Music back in 1989 in the sheet music department. Learn more about Mark by watching his spotlight interview.

 

Music Fosters Creative Skills

“To be the next great inventor of something we haven’t dreamed of yet, you need to have creative skills. Music really fosters those creative skills.”

~ Illinois Lieutenant Governor Sheila Simon

The Future Of Our Nation Depends On A Complete Education With Music

“Music education opens doors that help children pass from school into the world around them – a world of work, culture, intellectual activity, and human involvement. The future of our nation depends on providing our children with a complete education that includes music.”

~ Gerald Ford, Former President of the United States

How Do I Send My Instrument In For Repair and Get A Loaner Instrument?

Sending an instrument into Paige’s Music for repair is a very easy process. Here’s what you need to do:

1. Call us at 1-800-382-1099 to let us know that your instrument needs service. We’ll arrange for a loaner to be sent to your school so your student isn’t without an instrument for class.

TIP: You’ll need to keep your mouthpiece, bow, reeds, and cleaning items with you so that you’ll have them to use with the loaner until your instrument is returned to you.

2. Our District Manager will bring the loaner with him on his next visit to your school. He will also pick up your instrument and bring it back to the store for servicing. Most of the time your instrument will be returned to you the following week.

TIP: Make sure you take your mouthpiece, bow, reeds, and cleaning supplies out of the loaner and put them back i your original case once your instrument has returned to your school.

Teach Music In Schools

“Whoever has skill in music is of good temperament and fitted for all things. We must teach music in schools.”

~ Martin Luther