The Advantages of Adult Music Lessons

“I’ve always wanted to play music or sing but I won’t be very good at it.”

“Our church has a choir and needs a piano player but I don’t think I’m ready to learn yet.”

“I've been wanting to take guitar lessons for awhile now.”

"I'm too old to take music lessons"

Those are just a few of the reasons why adult music lessons at our school are intrinsically satisfying and rewarding at any age. It’s never too late or too early to learn how to play a musical instrument. Perhaps you were in a high school band or choir but as life continues and you’re pursuing other goals, you had to change priorities. Some of our students already have an instrument they purchased from a music store and need further instruction on the proper techniques, methods, or notation of understanding the music they are playing. Adults are personally motivated to learn and with our open schedule throughout the week, we are available to arrange the best lesson time for you. If you currently don't have a musical instrument, stop by and we can assist in choosing one with you for you to enjoy and start your lessons with.

Adults are self-driven and possess a strong desire to play a musical instrument which is a personal motivator for private lessons and practice. Our school offers both acoustic and electric guitar lessons, piano lessons, violin and cello lessons to adults who pick up the basics quickly. They achieve a level of playing that brings enjoyment within months. Learning music is an extremely satisfying, empowering and even therapeutic activity. Even if you've never played an instrument you can start reaping the benefits of music education right away. If you’ve ever said to yourself, “I’ve always wanted to learn to play, (the musical instrument of your choice), there’s no better time than now.

Read more about how music lessons as an adult are greatly rewarding:

Article from National Geographic describing how playing music has substantial benefits

Psychology Today article of how music lessons are not just for kids anymore

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