So, why are YOU thinking about piano lessons for your child?
*Did you take lessons as a child and want your child to have a good experience with music?
*Did you wish you had taken lessons when you were younger, and never had the opportunity?
*Do you want your kids to have the benefits of increased attention span, better language and motor skills, and generally be a more well-rounded person?
*Do you want to see smiles and hear energetic laughter as your child plays and creates songs?
Whatever your reason, piano is a great activity for kids – and the younger, the better!
Here are some glimpses into the studio:
And my favorite – I hear this one all the time:
What kid says, “Can I play that again?” to a learning activity? That is when you, as a parent, know that you have hit the sweet spot of providing that is so unique and special- they can’t get enough of it.
The Best Part – You are framing an experience for your whole family.
Learning piano is a skill that your child will enjoy throughout life. Imagine your child helping your GRANDCHILD to play the piano.
This powerful truth hit me several years ago. One of my former students, all grown up with kids of her own, put her two year old on my waiting list. Her child had to wait FOUR YEARS to get into the studio. It was so cool to see Elisabeth bring Noah, then his younger sister Emma, to lessons every week. They were my first “grand-students”! The whole family had fun playing piano together.