The Toronto Public Library is doing something fascinating again–providing a lending library of musical instruments to the public!
What a great concept. While many libraries are starting up new lending options like seed libraries, tool libraries, and technology for lend, the idea of borrowing musical instruments is a fascinating idea. Musical instruments are so expensive, and the option of trying something before putting out the money on a big purchase is a great idea, and one that could help not only young people, but adults hoping to try something new.
The library is offering these instruments with a valid library card. Maybe you’re not interested in buying that violin for your child until you know they will keep up with lessons. Or maybe you are on a limited income, and want to give your teen the chance to audition for a University music program without having to worry about borrowing…
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