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Music lessons have great benefits in many areas, including reading and language skills, concentration, memory, creativity, and self-confidence, as proved from a large number of research studies. Students who take music lessons often develop better academic, social, and emotional skills.
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Support from parent and family are extremely important in encouraging a student in his/her piano studies, especially for young children. This article discusses fun ideas to include the family in a student’s practice!
From Solo to Splendid… Incorporating Family Into Home Piano Practice
Useful advice for parents who sit in at piano lessons
Parents who sit in on piano lessons
Playing music in a group not only increases motivation and engagement, but also builds important musicianship skills. Explore opportunities in ensembles, bands, or duet playing!
Group instrumental lessons can provide opportunities not offered by one-to-one teaching
Long-term musical training is found to lead to faster auditory, tactile and multisensory reaction times related to better cognitive function.
Musicians have faster reaction times than non-musicians
Effective practice is defined as consistent, intensely focused and targeting specific content or weaknesses. Great video published by TED Ed!
How To Practice Effectively, According To Science
Whether you are preparing for an examination, a musical festival, or a performance, it’s important to consider the mental, physical, and emotional aspects in your practice.
Concert pianist: how to perform under pressure