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When To Start Your Young Children With Music Lessons

When To Start Your Young Children With Music Lessons

We often get the question ‘How young do you take students?’ At Niagara Conservatory we base that on the instrument and of course the child. Every child is different and they all learn, grow and develop at different rates.

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Try Before You Buy

We are pleased to offer a 6 week introductory course for new students of all ages looking to kick off what will hopefully be a long musical journey. Instead of purchasing an instrument for yourself or child, unknowing what your long term intentions are, we will provide you with a keyboard, acoustic guitar, electric or bass guitar with amp, or violin. We will even come by your house and set up a full 5 piece drum kit for you to use for the six weeks at no additional charge.

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Music's Effect on Learning

Music impacts us in powerful ways. It can evoke strong emotions, make us want to tap our fingers and feet, and even help with learning and memory. Music is not only a universal language but also a stimulant for various parts of the brain. It is a known fact that music can enhance productivity and also help to improve memory. Numerous studies have been conducted showing the benefits of music for learning. The How Music Affects Learning Infographic provides useful information on the positive benefits of music for the learning process.

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Private vs. Group Lessons - Which Is Better For YOU?

As a musician, you will encounter many opportunities to play with other musicians, as a duet, an ensemble, or in a band. Having played with others gives you the comfort and the ability you need to thrive in a group environment.

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How to Choose the Right Instrument for You

How to Choose the Right Instrument for You

As you have learned in our previous blog posts – playing an instrument has too many benefits to not get you or your child invested in learning one. But you may have come to the next road block. Which instrument to choose?

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5 Reasons Your Child Should Join A Glee Club

5 Reasons Your Child Should Join A Glee Club

A Glee Club is a society organized for the singing of choral music. It dates back to the late 19th century where the first one was founded in London, England. Glee in this context does not hint towards the mood of the music sung or of its singers, but to a specific form of English part song popular between 1650 and 1900, the glee. This was an English part song that usually scored for at least three voices, and generally intended to be sung a Capella. Joining is not only fun; there are benefits that could help you or your child in more ways than you would think. Here are 5 reasons to join our Glee Club.

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10 Reasons You Should Play A Musical Instrument

10 Reasons You Should Play A Musical Instrument

The French poet Victor Hugo once said “Music expresses that which cannot be put into words and that which cannot remain silent” Playing an instrument has so many benefits and can bring joy to you and people around you. EffectiveMusicTeaching.com goes in depth about the benefits of playing a musical instrument. Here are 10 reasons to pick up an instrument and start playing!

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Why It's Never Too Late to Learn an Instrument

Why It's Never Too Late to Learn an Instrument

Studies are showing that learning to play an instrument can bring significant improvements in your brain. National Geographic recently dove into the effects on adults and this is what they found.

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Frequently Asked Questions

1. What do lessons cost?
2. How young do you take students?
3. I only have a keyboard, is this okay?
4. As a beginner, should I be using an electric or acoustic guitar?
5. Private or Group? I was thinking about group lessons. Do you recommend this?
6. I am an adult and have never played an instrument. Is it too late for music lessons?
7. Can two students' lessons be scheduled at the same time?

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