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These guidelines will help you have a more successful, rewarding experience learning an instrument. These are practical tips that we have discovered from years of teaching and our experiences with teaching hundreds of students each year.

Joignez-vous à des centaines de familles qui économisent du temps précieux chaque mois en inscrivant leurs enfants à des cours de musique à la Place Versailles. Appelez-nous dès maintenant et vous verrez que nous pouvons vous aider à gagner du temps.

Grâce à l’enseignement de nos professeurs qualifiés et dynamiques, vous aurez enfin la chance de développer votre potentiel musical à son plus haut niveau. Notre équipe composée notamment de musiciens professionnels fera tout pour vous aider, vous ou votre enfant, en vous offrant une formation soutenue et personnalisée, et ce, dans le style musical que vous préférez. Si vous hésitez, venez au moins suivre un cours d’essai!

Adults can start any instrument at any time. Their success is based on how willing an adult is to commit to practicing. We teach many beginner students in their 60’s, 70’s and even 80’s.

Read more: 1. How Young is too Young – Starting at the Right Age

Group classes work well for theory lessons. However, when actually learning how to play an instrument, private lessons are far superior since in private lessons it is hard to miss anything, and each student can learn at their own pace.
 

Read more: 2. Insist on Private Lessons when Learning a Specific Instrument

Learning music is not just a matter of having a qualified teacher, but also having an environment that is focused on a music education. In a professional school environment a student cannot be distracted by TV, pets, ringing phones, siblings or anything else.
 

Read more: 3. Take Lessons in a Professional Teaching Environment

As with anything, improving in music takes practice. One of the main problems with music lessons is the drudgery of practicing and the fight between parents and students to practice every day. Here are some ways to make practicing easier:

Read more: 4. Make Practicing Easier

There are some excellent materials developed by professional music educators that are made for students in variety of situations. For example in piano, there are books for very young beginners, and books for adult students that have never played.

Read more: 5. Use Recognized Teaching Materials

Music should be something that you enjoy for a lifetime. So, try not to put unrealistic expectations on yourself or your children to learn too quickly. Everyone learns at a different pace and the key is to be able to enjoy the journey.

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