Scales and arpeggios do seem to get a bad name for themselves and are often the unlovable part of practising.
So many adults tell me that they used to play music at school and would love to do it again. Then, they list off numerous reasons why they can’t start lessons.
Your child has just come home from school and announced to everyone that they would like to learn an instrument. For most parents hearing this statement can cause uncertainty and panic.
Knowing what instrument your child should learn and at what age can be a tricky decision for parents and finding the right guidance can be even more challenging.
Over the last 25 years of music teaching, one of the common questions that parents ask, is how to encourage their child to practice and not quit after learning for several years.
Many of our talented musicians at Passionate About Music Education have decided to continue having their lessons online for many reasons.
If your goal is to play your favourite hymn, pop song, jazz standard, Christmas carol, be in a rock band or the church choir; then our studio will help you.
One of the biggest challenges of learning a musical instrument is balancing your weekly practice, particularly for teenagers and adult learners. Many people feel guilty because they don’t practice enough each week and are self-critical on themselves. If this sounds familiar then this might be because you have been told you need to practice every day for big chunks of time.
Here at Passionate About Music Education we could easily give you 100 awesome reasons for learning a musical instrument! Today we are going to just share 3!
“Why do I have to warm up?” is a question that I am asked by students frequently.