You are never too old, or too young, to learn how to play your favourite instrument.
Learning music is a fun and healthy pastime. It offers numerous benefits including improved memory and muscle coordination.
All musicians experience performance anxiety at some point in their career. It is common to feel anxious before or during a performance.
Our world is full of challenges. We worry about our health, our families, and money. Music education teaches leadership, self-expression, and creativity.
You are a dreamer with a musical fantasy. You are going to take a leap and aim high to achieve that goal. You’re ready to give it your all.
Are you trying to find ways to fit music practice into your busy lives? In this week’s blog, we list five more ways to keep you inspired as you learn to play your favourite instrument.
A lot of us complain that we don’t have enough time for the things we enjoy. With our busy lives, practicing music is often dropped for more “important” tasks.
In today’s challenging world, people who can process information quickly, ignore distractions, and switch smoothly from one task to another are enormous advantages to any business.
In a previous blog we discussed the benefits of a music education. Today we discuss the connection between music and math.
In last week’s blog we listed five benefits that a music education offers to a child’s education and personal growth.