As a parent, you want to do everything in your power to help your child succeed in their academic and professional pursuits. One way to give them a leg up when it comes to college admissions is by encouraging them to take music lessons.
Are you looking for a way to spark your child's love for music? Look no further than The Music Studio Atlanta Summer Camps. Our camps are the perfect place for your child to learn, grow, and have fun in a supportive environment.
As parents, we all want our children to grow up to be confident and successful individuals who can handle any challenge that comes their way. But what if your child lacks the confidence they need to succeed in school and beyond?
Even with all the benefits of performing, we know that some students are especially fearful about playing in recitals. Especially for students with shy personalities, the idea of going up in front of a lot of people may be terrifying.
Looking for some ideas on how to help your child succeed in music? Learning anything always has its ups and downs, and we all know that parents' support can be the make-or-break element for a child's learning.
This weekend, our wonderful students will be performing at The Fabulous Fox Theatre as part of our Destination Performance Series! As with all our destinations, the Fox has a long and fascinating history. Read on to learn more!
Our last post in this series focused on finding a teacher who is skilled in the musical styles you want to learn. But perhaps you are not entirely sure what to choose among all the different instruments available.
When choosing a music lessons provider, it is important to find out what teaching styles they offer. What type of music do you enjoy listening to the most? Are there particular songs you want to be able to play?
As many of your know, we offer both in-home or in-studio music lessons. There are only a couple of differences between the two, but they are significant. If you’re wondering which one you’d like to do, this post may help.
Chances are that you’re reading this because you’re considering taking music lessons (for yourself or your children) at The Music Studio Atlanta. If we're right, then we have one big question for you: would you like even just a bit more happiness?
We’ve been on a Benefits of Musical Involvement streak lately, and our posts seem to have hit a chord (haha). One reader just shared an article from ScienceOfPeople.com titled How the Science of Music can Help You.
When people call us about taking singing lessons, they often ask "what if I feel insecure when I sing?" So, here's the thing: almost everyone who wants to become a better singer feels insecure when they sing. Really!
If you’ve read any of the thousands of studies on the academic, physical, and emotional benefits of learning a musical instrument, perhaps you’re wondering too. Why is music education at the bottom, not the top, of the academic pile?
Most parents want their children to be intelligent and successful. And while some experts have pushed parents to teach their children coding, new research is pointing to music as the gateway to smarter kids.
… Your 9-year-old daughter decides she doesn’t want to take ukulele after 5 months of lessons, and the spring recital is around the corner.… Your 12-year-old son wants to quit the piano but begs to take up the drums.
We all want our children to be successful, so you've probably thought about how to support your child in music lessons. In truth, your children's success with music lessons is as dependent on you as it is on them.
Parents often ask when to begin music lessons for their children. Our short answer is that it is NEVER too early for a child to begin music lessons. Of course, we’re using the term “music lessons” loosely, but a musical involvement? Now’s the time.
I’m truly thankful that our students can gain performance experience. Even if they don't pursue music professionally, their performances at open mics and recitals give them great life skills and an edge over their peers.
Why is it so important for you to keep your students' piano in tune? Does it really make a difference? Can a child even hear the difference?Does it matter? Yes! For one thing, children can indeed hear the difference.
Would you like to play a starring role in your children’s lessons? The best way to do this is by supporting and encouraging them. This post is to help you understand what’s going on each week so you’ll have a better idea of how to do that.
With so many wonderful musical instruments to choose from, how do you decide which one you should start with? Thankfully you don’t have to choose just one instrument. But you have to start somewhere, so where?