Why Study Piano as an Adult?
There are many possible reasons to study the piano. Maybe you ...
- took piano lessons as a child, and would like to continue where you left off
- have never played, but always wanted to play the piano
- would like to learn to read sheet music
- want to play your favourite music by ear, improvise, or compose music
- write songs, and would like to play accompaniments to your songs
- would enjoy playing piano with your children or friends who sing or play music
- sing or play another instrument, and would like to diversify your music skills
- work in daycare, teach elementary school, or teach singing, and being able to play the piano would help you in your work
- have had a difficult experience and seek a satisfying hands-on activity as therapy or to improve self-esteem
- have had a major life change, re-examined your interests, and decided you would enjoy the personal satisfaction of a stimulating creative outlet
- value the sense of achievement in mastering each piece of music
- wish to improve your discipline and your ability to focus your concentration
- would like to calm your mind and relieve stress
- are retired, and seek an engaging activity to occupy your leisure time
- wish to enhance your brain function, mental fitness, alertness and memory
- view life as an adventure and welcome the fresh energy of a new project
Whatever your reason, you can have a fulfilling experience learning to play piano!
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