As COVID-19 spreads across the globe, we are all switching to remote learning. I just hope that you will keep on playing, especially now, when we’re stuck at home! For further details on online services, go to the section Online Lessons
As soon as a child has the ability to maintain focus for a 30-minute private lesson, they are ready to begin piano lessons.
1. Piano lessons help children in school
2. Piano lessons raise self esteem
3. Piano lessons increase coordination
4. Piano lessons help children to concentrate
5. Piano lessons help children to be well-rounded
It is a myth that you have to be very young to be able to start taking piano lessons. How much you would like to learn is up to you entirely. As a grown up you usually learn faster than a small child. It also depends on what you would like to learn, how determined you are to learn, and how much you practice.
BENEFITS: concentration, memory development, self esteem, discipline, helps lower stress, creative outlet, great exercise for muscles and brain.
Senior citizens should play piano for wellness of body, mind, and soul. It's Never Too Late to Take Lessons!
Active retirement living not only means exercising the body, but also the mind.
Piano lessons improve cognitive functioning as well as playing a vital role in the mind-body connection. When we learn something new at any age the brain, which thrives on stimulation, receives a “workout” that optimizes blood flow, neuronal connections and helps maintain our ability to perceive many different things simultaneously.