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2618 W. Burbank Bl., Burbank, CA 91505

Ukulele Circle Time!

Halloween is past and our store decorations have come and gone–time for a Ukulele Circle! Our intrepid Sales Associate, Abby Lyons, will lead beginners and up in easy songs on Tuesday, November 15th from 6:30-7:30pm here at Pedersen’s Band & Orchestra. Bring your own ukulele or borrow one of ours, we have many to choose from including waterproof and glow-in-the-dark! You don’t need any musical training or experience to play the ukulele, just a readiness to learn. You will be surprised at how quickly you Continue reading →

October is here!

Yes, it’s been October for a while now, but time can get away from us when we are very busy! Rental season has slowed down, but we are still getting calls for instruments from private and parochial schools every day. It’s not too late to rent a band or orchestra instrument for this year and start your musical journey! We are decorating for Halloween and plan to be ready for trick-or-treaters this year Friday-Monday of Halloween weekend. We might even be in costume on Monday, Continue reading →

Autumn is in the air!

Happy Fall! ‘Tis the season of falling leaves, cool evenings, and Beginning Band! (and Orchestra, of course!) We have had so many parents and students in Pedersen’s, eager to choose and try out their new instruments–and to pet Perry! Now the fall has really begun and most of our customers have been playing for a few weeks. “Hot Cross Buns” is old news and some of you are probably trying out some Halloween tunes. We would love to hear how you are doing with your Continue reading →

Happy Labor Day!

Hi from the new Manager of Pedersen’s Band & Orchestra, Wendy Stackhouse! Louis and I are busy with¬†instrument¬†rentals–but not too busy to help you find the perfect instrument for your child before band or orchestra rehearsals begin! Stop by and see us for all of your band and orchestra instruments and accessories! Guess the Composer-of-the-Day we are playing in the store and win a prize! Today’s composer is an American known as the King of Marches. I played some fun music by him in marching Continue reading →