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Celebrating 20 Years!



Thursday
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Picking Your Instrument

 

Do you like to sing? Are you taken in with famous singers? If that's the case, voice lessons are for you. Breathing, Technique and Diction all help increase a singer's range and pitch.

 

Do you love the sound of a piano and like to watch people play? Piano lessons cover technique, scales, and reading. (Electric pianos are easy to rent, feel like a real piano and are easy to transport.)

 

Drums are fun and people are drawn to rhythm. All 4 limbs are used  in drum technique and development. Piano, guitar and violin use arms and wrist as well, but really focus on the fingers!

 

Once you start to study drums, piano, guitar or violin, you can begin to hone in on the styles you really want to play. You may decide you like percussion lessons better that drum lessons, for instance. You may prefer acoustic guitar lessons over electric guitar lessons. You may want to learn blues slide guitar.

 

If you're unsure, studying piano is always a good way to get introduced to music lessons because music theory is based off piano. Piano also teaches the student treble and bass clefs, both. College music programs require every student to have at least 2 years of piano.

 

Ultimately, pick what you turns you on. If it's not what you thought it would be, try something different!