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The Best Method For Your Child In the Arena of Learning Music

It can be difficult to just force a child to start up kids keyboard lessons. On the other hand, you do not want to wait too long to deprive your child of lessons. Just how young is too young? And what about your other queries, such as – can my child learn to play keyboard on the Internet?

Here Are Some Guidelines For You

The following are some guidelines that will help you to consider what is best for your child in the arena of learning to play the keyboard.

Firstly, a child can be too young to play this instrument. Even though there are lots of options in getting started and the style of lessons, sometimes a child is just not ready. It would be prudent to put off the lessons until the child is at least three and a half.

At this point, the child will be more acclimatised to the methods of thinking that are required to properly absorb the lessons. Many prodigies started early, so you do not need to wait until the double digits, but at least 3 or 4 is the best time to begin the basics.

Another great tip in helping your children or child to get the most out of keyboard is not to push them. Many parents ear pique at the thought that their child will have perfect pitch or another innate musical ability. They might envision their child later in an orchestra or as a solo artist. Even though these dreams can come true, if they are not the motivation of the child, then the child will quickly refuse to continue.

Children need to be able to have a certain amount of choice in their keyboard lessons. They can do world music, children’s music, popular music, or classical music. But pushing intensive theory along the side of these lessons will do more harm than good.

You need to instead allow the child to set one’s own standards. You can encourage the child to practice, but do not push that person to be a concert pianist. Many a child has quit keyboard lessons because of such approaches.

Your Child Needs A Tutor

In terms of actual lessons, it is true that children need a teacher. While an adult might be able to garner what they need from the Internet, children are more social. They are able to absorb information through an instructor.

While they need a teacher, they do not have to necessarily practice on their own. Your children might benefit from practising with friends. They can do their theory learning together. Or they can simply engage in some fun duets. You can have your child put on concerts for the other children at the end of the week. These don’t have to be formal recitals.

Playing Together With Other Children

The children can just show off their hard work to each other. At the end of the time playing together, they can just sit and have some snacks. They can talk about what they noticed with each others’ pieces. This can be a fun way to get children into a more interactive approach to music. They can also learn to enjoy the benefits that their friends get from their skills.

Piano Lessons In Your Home

At Piano Lessons, we are a network of Uni Students looking for piano tutor work. We offer you 1 on 1 home piano lessons for students of all ages and levels. If you are looking for an eager, professional and reliable piano tutor to come to your home, one of the tutors will be available. Our tutors provide you a very reasonable piano tutoring rate, that is a guarantee!

Currently Servicing The Following Areas:

– Sydney CBD & Surrounding Suburbs
– Sydney’s Inner West
– North Sydney
– Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs
– Penrith & Surrounding Suburbs
– Campbelltown (Beginners Only)

What Are Our Teaching Qualifications?

We are highly experienced in teaching students of all ages and skill levels, and have been playing for the piano most of our lives. We have all undertaken a NSW Government certified “Working with children” police check. You will soon discover we are very friendly and patient with children to make students comfortable with learning at their own pace.

We are qualified to teach all styles of music, whether you are interested in popular, contemporary, classical, jazz, or musical theatre. However, we encourage our students to explore all genres to show them just how interesting the piano can be.

Tutor and Co-ordinator – Kayla

Currently a student at the University of Technology, Sydney, I am an eager, professional and reliable piano tutor who loves working with students of all ages. I have been playing piano for 14 years and have 3 years of teaching experience. I love to teach students about contemporary and popular music.

Call me at this number 02 8007 3350. Please note this number will divert to my mobile phone. Unfortunately I will not always be in a position where I can answer but please leave a message with student info and suburb.