in today's competitive society, children need every advantage to help them be successful. Developing learning skills at the earliest possible age significantly increases a child's advancement and success later in life. Children who have achieved the discipline for self-correction, self-motivation and self-awareness are well prepared to be self-assured as they tackle their academic futures.
in this era of limited funding for public access to the arts, it is our duty as parents to expose our children to as many art forms as possible. Giving children the opportunity to participate fully in the creation of music will broaden their appreciation not only of music, but of all the arts that make up our world.
for the shy child,
piano is self-expression.
for the awkward child, piano is coordination.
for the impulsive child,
piano is a way to channel energy into a rewarding accomplishment.
for the easily distracted child, piano is concentration.
for the uncertain child, piano is poise and confidence.
for the child who gives up easily, piano is perseverence.