The 3 Determining Factors For Piano Lesson Readiness Of Young Children

Posted on: 21 February 2019

If your young child wants to learn to play the piano, then there are three things that determine when they are mature and developed enough to do so.   Does Your Child Have a Sincere Interest and Desire to Learn to Play the Piano Though as a parent you may understand how learning to play the piano or another musical instrument will improve your child's ability to learn math and help in other areas of their learning as they get older and progress through school, your child is too young to understand this fact.
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3 Ways To Get Your Music Discovered

Posted on: 6 November 2018

As a musician, you want to get your music out there so other people can enjoy it. You want to share it with an audience and hopefully get paid for your efforts too. In today's market, it can be hard to noticed among the crowd. Here are three tips to help you get your music discovered. 1. Live shows Performing your music for a live audience can help you gain local recognition.
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Things To Ask Before Choosing A Drum Teacher

Posted on: 16 July 2018

Playing the drums can be an empowering and fun way to create music. People can start their drum playing adventures at any age. They don't even have to read music to start playing the drums. If you're thinking of learning to play the most famous percussion instrument, the first step is to find a great teacher. Ask prospective teachers these questions before deciding on the right drum instructor for you.
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Just Been Named A Marching Band Director? Why You Should Invest In Arrangement Services.

Posted on: 8 May 2018

Being named the director of a marching band is a high honor. You're being placed at the helm of a unit that can work together to create wonderful moments that sweep the crowds off their feet. It's a humbling experience that can also come with a bit of trepidation. If you've never really been the sole leader of a marching band, you might be confused as to how to get the band where it should be.
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