Thinking of starting adult piano lessons? If you are an adult beginner you may wonder if you’ve left it too late to learn to play the piano well?
Well the answer is simple: No you have not left it too late. It’s never too late for adults to learn to play the piano, and play it well too! You can make your musical dreams and aspirations a reality by starting on your own musical journey by taking adult piano lessons.
Playing the piano as an adult is also a good way to relieve stress – listening to music is a good stress reliever, so playing it works even better.
Many adults think that it’s impossible to learn to play the piano, but this isn’t true. New brain connections may not develop as rapidly in adults as they do in children, but this doesn’t mean that our brains retire once we hit 18! Additionally, as an adult, it’s much easier for you to grasp abstract concepts like notation and translate them into hand movements. So when it comes to comprehending music, it’s an advantage to be older and wiser. You learn much faster by understanding, not by relying on trial and error.
If you really want to learn how to play the piano, it’s definitely not your age that is holding you back. All it takes is you, a piano and a song you love and I can guide and teach you to play the pieces you love while learning the fundamentals in an enjoyable atmosphere.
So, here are a few thing to keep in mind:
- Free your mind! There is NO “too old!”
- Start with a great song.
- Don’t rush yourself! It’s about fun, not about speed.
So if you live in or near Canterbury, why not contact me to book your first adult piano lesson?
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