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FAQs

Why should my child take music classes?

Music classes can be an effective way to help children grow in all areas. It helps the body and the mind work together. Music helps children learn the sounds and meanings of words. Music also strengthens memory skills.

What type of music classes and camps are there?

Instructors in music camps are innovative and teach you various genres like rock, popular, folk, blues, jazz, pop etc. Show your child as many types of music as possible to see which appeals to them most. Many camps let kids explore different instruments, such as voice, guitar, piano, bass, drums, horns. Kids who show stronger interest can try out a camp for songwriting and rock band.

How do I know that music is a good activity for my child?

Does your child hum every song they hear, or do their eyes brighten up when they see a music video? Do they make their own drum set out of Tupperware when they are listening to songs? These are some of the signs that your child might love music and enjoy spending time creating music.

How do I know if my child is ready to start music?

Some music programs enroll toddlers as young as 2-3 years old. Young children can start with weekly classes that introduce singing and rhythm. Instrumental classes can begin at age 3 or 4 if the child has enough focus to practice every day.

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