Are you like other parents who’ve told me that their fears about starting piano lessons for their child might be:
- My child will not be able to focus enough to learn,
- My child might be bored or too shy to perform,
- Our family is already over-scheduled and it would be difficult to add piano lessons,
- The teacher may be too rigid, and not have a pleasant personality,
- Lessons would be all the same, for each child, and no fun?
Well, how about some other ‘real-life’ results for your child?
- Seeing your child run to the piano to play songs at your family gatherings,
- Having your child learn to play songs they’re familiar with,
- Learning the week’s assignments at their piano lesson with the teacher’s supervision,
- Practice at home is easier and without fuss,
- Cheering for your child as they play at the school’s Talent Show
- Seeing your child playing in groups with other musicians, making beautiful music
- Watching the residents at the local Assisted Living Centers smile as your pianist performs for them and is the highlight of their day?
- Want to know more?