Music lessons can do more for you than just help you learn how to play an instrument.
You’ll gain a lot more confidence and selfdiscipline. Music has also been shown to improve your learning abilities in other areas such as Maths, language and reading. Taking music lessons can also help students who aren’t typically motivated in school by boosting attendance and understanding.
It’s also important not to overlook the pure joy that making music gives someone. Who couldn’t use a bit more positivity in their life?
Emotional intelligence (how we read other people, how we express ourselves) is also greatly improved by musical ability.
These are valuable lifetime skills that start in a music class and take you far in your school or career (whether in music or otherwise). People who learn how to play an instrument are generally more social, more easygoing and better prepared to deal with daytoday challenges.
So the better question is, why wouldn’t you take music lessons?
If you’re not sure why instrument is right for you or where to start, contact the Young Musicians’ Academy today and we’ll arrange for a free assessment.