One Step At A Time Keeping students interested and excited about learning music can sometimes be challenging. After the initial excitement wears off, it’s important to keep students engaged and progressing, but not frustrated with progressively difficulty of songs and exercises. At Lessons In Your Home, our teachers are some of the best music educators
Decisons, Decisions….. If you have a school-aged child, they may soon be choosing an instrument to play in their school band or orchestra. With so many choices, it’s hard to decide, but the best thing you can do is read about and listen to a variety of instruments. The article below will help you understand
Tickle The Ivories
You’re Never to Young or Old The piano is a great instrument for a beginner of any age. Compared to other instruments, It’s easy to play right away. Just press a key and a (well-tuned) piano produces the correct note every time. After learning just a few notes, the student can play a simple, but
Taking music lessons is a fun activity for many children, but have you ever wondered what your child can ‘do’ with their lessons as they progress? From pursuing a college degree in music, to starting a band, playing gigs, accompanying others, playing with or for friends in a social setting, or just establishing a lifelong
Pull The Right Strings!
Start at the Beginning Sometimes it’s just seems easier to start fresh and a new year is often the time people set goals or make changes in their life. The hurry of the holidays is past and often there is more free time available. With music, it doesn’t matter if it’s a new year or
What Can My Rock Guitar Student Play at a Recital?
Rock Guitar Student Rocks Recitals! One of the most universal goals for students taking music lessons is to have the opportunity to perform. That’s why talent shows, showcases, open mics, and concerts are such a popular forum. It’s a gift to be able to share your musical talents and achievements with an audience, and
Guitar Lesson Music – Whats In Your Lesson Plan
Guitar Lesson Music Everyone has a musical preference. Music runs the gamut of taste and variety, and is definitely the thing that identifies so many of us. So what do you do when you or your child aren’t crazy about the music your guitar teacher has chosen? Here a few suggestions: Lets Talk Music
Take Guitar Lessons, Whats Next?
This blog post is for parents who want to help their children apply what they know about guitar and use their skills after the take guitar lessons. What’s Next Now The My Child Plays The Guitar Here are three things that your child can do after taking guitar lessons for a few years:
Who’s in Control the Guitar lesson?
Who’s in control of your Guitar lesson? When teaching a Guitar student it is important to strike a balance between the strict, and the fun aspect of learning to play guitar. There are a couple questions to ask yourself about your lessons to see where you fall on the teaching spectrum as a teacher.
21st Century Piano Lessons – Video Chat Make Up Lessons
Piano Lessons In the 21st Century: Utilizing the Internet for Make Ups This article details the way teachers and students can use the internet and video calls to conduct piano lessons when they otherwise may not be able to take place. The purpose of the information found here is not to advocate for or against