Why Study Music


Surely there are few greater gifts we can give ourselves or our children than the gift of music, feeding curious young minds both for now and for a lifetime.

We believe Victor Hugo may have just said it best when he said: “Music expresses that which cannot be said, and upon which it is impossible to be silent”.

Most of us have inside a creative voice waiting to be heard, a rock-star yet to be born, a virtuoso in waiting, or a diva in disguise. A good teacher will not only nurture and develop these gifts, they will also become a listener, a motivator, and in time, a true inspiration to his or her students.

There are indeed countless academic, social, and developmental benefits of taking music lessons. These benefits are well documented.

To name a few:
– Creative skills
– Organizational abilities
– Patience
– Fine motor skills
– Spatial orientation

Children and teens who take private music lessons also have a greater enjoyment and appreciation for in-school music classes – and receive higher grades.

Adult students find music to be a great distraction from the stresses of everyday life. It’s never too late to experience the joy of learning a new instrument, or the renewed confidence of dusting off your old music books and trying some new ones.

At the end of the day, taking music lessons is about investing in yourself.



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