Parents spend a lot of time and money investing in activities that will broaden their child’s horizons, giving them opportunities of new experiences that will enhance their education. Music lessons have long been a popular choice, but is it worthwhile?
You may be surprised to learn that music lessons help to enhance academic ability in other subjects, as well as promote good coordination and even encourage self discipline. Music is like learning another language, and learning this language helps to stimulate the brain.
Learning an instrument requires lots of practice and motivation which can only be fed by enthusiasm and enjoyment from the pupil. A lack of enthusiasm and enjoyment is the single biggest reason for a child abandoning their music lessons, not a lack of ability. So if this is the big problem, what’s the solution?
The only way to encourage children to continue music lessons is to create enthusiasm: something that traditional tuition methods no longer do. However, there are now innovative approaches to music education that aim to tackle this problem. One such method is pioneered by the Arts Academy.
The Arts Academy offers a new teaching method called the MusicHour™. This is a unique approach to music tuition with an emphasis on having fun whilst learning music. As we know, enthusiasm and enjoyment are the key components to ensuring a child continues to learn music. The MusicHour™ works because it is carefully divided up into small sections, each one dedicated to a different aspect of music and a different method of teaching, including time for music themed games and the use of technology to enhance the learning experience.
Having professional musicians as teachers who are guaranteed to be more than qualiﬁed and Fully vetted means the Arts Academy provides parents with a rare opportunity — to have the very best music tuition for their children in London.
For a free, no obligation taster session, contact 0800 038 5544 or visit www.funlearningmusic.co.uk
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Company Name: Arts Academy
Contact Person: Robert Emery
Phone: 0800 038 5544
Country: United Kingdom