Archive for April, 2017

Are you wondering which instrument is right for your young musician.

The best place to start is – which instrument are THEY excited about learning.  Is it a bold brass horn, a silvery flute, a reedy clarinet or saxophone?

Does a certain instrument seem to match their temperament?

Is there an instrument you will not mind listening to as your child gains proficiency.  (which will happen faster with private lessons).

All good things to think about as you are making this choice/investment.  Get the most out of both by starting off with lessons – your student will sound better faster, learn how to care for their instrument and you will like listening.

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  Music Improves Academic Skills.  From call and response songs which deal with short term and working memory, to physics – in hands on understanding of harmonics and vibration.  It is a fun and profound way to work out the brain. Music Develops Physical Skills.  Large and fine motor skills are developed in playing every […] Read more

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When school lets out, most kids are excited.  Their heads are filled with visions of sleeping in, hiking, biking, and going to the beach. Parents wonder about something else known as “summer learning loss”.  Summer music lessons might be just the thing to give both kids and parents what they want! MUSIC CHALLENGES KIDS: Lots of […] Read more

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