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Age to begin piano lessons (Ages three and up):

When you enroll your child for piano lessons, you are teaching to your kid, how to fully utilize your left and right brain. Piano Lessons for Children: We typically suggest beginning piano lessons from age three. Although some children younger than three can take piano lessons as long as the right teacher and method is used. Additionally, identifying numbers, colors and letters, knowing right from left are necessary for piano lessons.

Piano Lessons for Teens:

Teens can be one of the most interesting and challenging age groups to teach. It takes a special piano teacher to help a teen stay interested during those first couple of weeks as they learn the basics. We make sure that we match each student with the right piano instructor that meets the demands of not only the instrument but also the age of the student.

Piano Lessons for Adults:

Adults can get a lot of joy starting up music lessons they stopped as kids. Usually, adults have specific goals in mind “I want to learn this song” or “I want to pick up sheet music and play” or "I want to learn Piano for fun". Our instructors use great piano methods and approaches to help adults quickly achieve their goals.


Prior to starting Piano lessons, it is required for beginning students to get an electronic keyboard. Electric Upright pianos, Acoustic Pianos and have good qualities but are quite expensive. Grand piano has the best quality and is the most expensive. It also requires a lot of space. Having gotten your piano, the teacher will recommend lesson books for the students depending on the age and ability.

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Age to Begin Guitar Lessons (Ages Five and Up):

Guitar Lessons for Children:

We typically suggest beginning guitar lessons for ages five and up. Children younger than five can take the guitar as well given the right teacher and approach.

Be sure that you pick the right size guitar. There are a number of sizes for children to pick from. If you have questions as to what and where to buy please *Contact Us* and we will help guide you to the right decision.

Learning guitar can be hard on a beginner’s fingers. This is something to be aware of at any age but especially for children. With enough practice the student’s fingers should toughen up.

When choosing a guitar be sure that the strings do not sit too far off of the fret board because the further you have to push in the tougher it is on the fingers. Some students choose Electric guitar simply because the strings tend to be easy to push in and therefore a little easier on the fingers.

Guitar Lessons for Teens:

A teenager and guitar just seem to go together. Typically, it can be tough to teach teens a musical instrument but guitar tends to be the exception. While learning their favorite songs and guitar riffs, the teacher can easily sneak in the technique and theory to make sure they are getting a full music education. We make sure that we match each student with a guitar teacher that meets the demands of not only the instrument but also the age of the student.

Guitar Lessons for Adults:

Whether an adult is a total beginner or an amateur, We have the perfect instructor designed for to need the needs and goals of the student.

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Age to Begin Violin Lessons (Ages Five and Up):

Violin Lessons for Children:

We typically suggest beginning Violin lessons for ages five and up. Children younger than five can take the Violin as well given the right teacher and approach. Be sure that you pick the right size Violin . Violins are available in fractional sizes, so you shouldn’t have a problem finding one that fits your child’s height, arm length, etc.

Playing the violin (or viola, cello, bass, guitar) is a physical activity. Just like any physical activity, it involves strength, dexterity and muscle memory. Just as a physical therapist will give a patient specific exercises to repeat when learning to walk again after a serious injury, a violin teacher will give a student various exercises and assignments to build technique.

And if you expect to achieve physical fluency on the violin, you will need to practice DAILY and repeat those various exercises an astonishing number of times. We have the perfect instructor designed for to need the needs and goals of the student.

What You need to know

While it's true that there are many amazing young violin prodigies, it shouldn't make you discouraged. That’s the case in many other instruments too. Many people will be better than you, but this will always be the case - so best not to let it bother you. It's not a competition after all, the objective when playing violin is to express yourself through the music.

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Age to Begin trumpet Lessons

Our recommended starting age for the trumpet is eight. Children younger than five can learn the Trumpet though You don’t want to start a student out too young because the trumpet requires a high amount of lung capacity as well as physical strength with the muscles around the mouth in order to produce a clear and consistent sound.

While a student younger than the age of 8 could possibly be physically able to play the instrument, it will be more difficult for them to work on their embouchure, and harder for them to provide good breath support to get a good tone. The instrument itself requires assembly and cleaning both before and after each time it is played, so the student must be taught how to care for the trumpet. Additionally, the trumpet has some delicate parts and may not be ideal for households with small children – a dented trumpet won’t sound good!

Trumpet Lessons for Teens:

As students get older, their interests will often branch out quite a bit. The trumpet is a popular instrument in marching bands, concert band, and jazz band, and even as a solo instrument for all kinds of events such as playing the start Anthem or Leading Songs in Church etc. We can help a student develop their technique in order to sound good playing any style of music.

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Age to Begin saxophone Lessons

The best age to start saxophone lessons varies, mostly determined by the size of the student and which type of the saxophone they are interested in. We typically recommend seven or eight as the minimum starting age for saxophone lessons. Alto saxophones are best suited for younger students due to their size, roughly two feet in length. The alto sax is also the most popular type of saxophone for beginners, due to its compact size and lower weight.

One advantage of playing the saxophone is that the fingering and note reading is the same for all instruments. This makes it really easy to switch between the soprano, alto, tenor, and baritone saxophones, only requiring the player to make adjustments to their embouchure. This is another reason why many players will start on alto sax, and then switch to the tenor or baritone once the student is a bit older.

The tenor sax is also very popular in jazz, blues, and even rock music, and measures approximately 33 inches in length. Students in school music programs can begin the tenor sax around age 8 (same as alto) but the student should want to play the tenor and be willing to carry it around between school band practice, lessons, and back home.

The baritone sax is around four feet in length and thus is frequently too large for students until they are a little older, usually at least age 9 or 10. The baritone sax is also more expensive to purchase and rent, so keep that in mind before starting a complete beginner out on this instrument.

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Age to Begin Clarinet Lessons

Because a clarinet is larger and requires lung capacity, it is best to wait until your child is 9 years old. Your child needs to be able to hold and manipulate the instrument and have adequate breath support. The most important factor to keep in mind is whether or not the student’s hands are large enough to facilitate playing. As a wind instrument, it is also important that the student has the developed lung capacity to play.

Younger students are encouraged to look into more durable clarinet models made from sturdier materials, such as plastic, which can be used outside during marching band. Common brands of student model clarinets are Yamaha and Selmer.

The lessons we provide are tailored to the needs of each student, his/her musical interests and objectives in music. We design practice routines for each student individually, exercising different areas of music (instrument technique, sound and intonation, rhythm, harmony, melody and form, improvisation, sight-reading, ear training, etc.). Our instructors have many years of experience teaching children and adults, and they are passionate about passing on their skills to others.

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Age Seven and up is generally a great time to begin drum lessons for kids. Regardless of your child’s age, however, if he or she is interested in drums, the best time for him or her to start may be right now! However, students ages vary. one thing’s for sure: discipline is a requirement. Depending on how motivated and behaved your child is will ultimately determine their success as a drummer. There are junior drum sets that comes as a complete set of drums with hardware, cymbals, stands as well as a drum throne so that you have everything you need to immediately begin working on your drumming chops. This kit is made for a youngsters expressing an interest in playing the drums or already demonstrating a talent for playing. And the kit is a durable enough to take a beating while a young drummer grows in age and accomplishment. You can visit the shop for more details.

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