[Summit] Piano instructors?
noisyblocks at gmail.com
Mon Sep 28 16:41:49 CDT 2015
Before launching yourself (and your child) headfirst into piano lessons, I
highly recommend investigating musicforchildrenri.com first (taught by our
ex-Summit neighbor Lindsay), particularly for young children. I studied
music for many years and so I was a tad skeptical the first time we
attended, but I was soon very impressed with their approach to teaching
music to young minds: all the elements of music taught through movement,
action, story, singing and, of course, listening.
It's very thorough and the kids ADORE IT.
The 3s-4s usually focus on the above, while I believe the 5s-6s-7s and up
also begin to work on piano (and ukulele, from what I hear!). It's not
going to be as intensive as private lessons, but I'll bet it'll be a better
tool for engaging his/her mind.
My 2 cents, good luck!
On Mon, Sep 28, 2015 at 4:25 PM, Toby Shepherd <tobyshepherd at gmail.com>
> Hi neighbors - we're seeking recommendations for a local piano instructor
> for a five year old. Any referrals would be appreciated. Thanks!
> Summit mailing list
> Summit at sna.providence.ri.us
> SNA Website: http://sna.providence.ri.us/
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