Starting at the Right Age – How Young Is Too Young

Adults can start at any time. We teach many adult beginner students; their success is based on how committed they are to practicing.

Children need a program that is tailored specifically for them. The instructor- student relationship is extremely important.

Pre-school ProgramWe accept students as young as 3 years old for this fun and inspiring program that helps little ones have an awareness for rhythm and sounds and learn to love music. It also helps develop skills to prepare them for school like key primary math concepts, developing fine motor skills, and building self-esteem while learning in an enjoyable, structured atmosphere. Each lesson is filled with 5 unique and exciting activities each week. Every activity, song, and story keeps preschoolers engaged and active!

 

Piano/Drum Lessons – We accept students as young as 5 years old. 

Guitar Lessons  7 years old is the earliest we recommend. Guitar playing requires a fair amount of pressure on the fingertips from pressing on the strings. Children under 7 generally have small hands and may find playing uncomfortable.

Voice Lessons – 9 years old is recommended as the youngest age for private vocal lessons. Due to the physical nature of voice lessons (proper breathing techniques, development of vocal chords, and lung capacity), the younger body is generally not yet ready for the rigors of vocal technique.

Woodwinds – Due to lung capacity and sometimes size of the instrument, we recommend that most woodwind beginners are age 9 and older.

Violin – We accept violin students from the age of 5.

Brass – We recommend starting beginners at the age of 8.

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