Yes, adults can learn to play an instrument, and to a high skill level. You are not too old. But the process will be a little different than it is for children. Understanding what those differences are will help make your learning more successful.
It’s a question that you may have caught yourself asking every now and then: “Could I play an instrument, too?” And I bet your answer comes pretty quickly and is some variation of: “No, I’m probably too old.”
The holiday season is coming up fast. That means traveling, family, awesome food, and - your instrument? Well, it can.
Live concerts are an important part of musical learning.
There are some things to take into consideration when we mix children and instruments.
Buying an instrument is an investment, and not one to be done in a hurry. Before you start looking, you need to do some thinking...
It's getting close to Christmas, and you're stumped for stocking stuffers. You want to get something to help motivate your child musician, but how do you know what to get?
I'm regularly asked by parents how they can help motivate their kids to practice at home.
The most often-asked questions about private lessons.
The only way to test students' ability to make music is to ask them to make music.