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Mountain Home Music School across from Albertson's Market at 517 Main.
Get ready for a great Musical time this summer we are offering camps for New and Current Piano students of all ages 3 - 18 years, New Guitar Students, and Current Violin Students. Try something new this summer and give the kids a great activity for a couple weeks in June or July. Full Schedule and Price list here soon.
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Learning to play the piano is learning to become a musician. A good musician knows how to read notes and rhythms independently and can maintain their own part in an ensemble.
During group piano lessons, we learn strong musicianship skills through movement, singing, games, and writing activities.
In a group setting, students play in what can be referred to as a piano band. Many pianists go on to play
for choirs and soloists without the training necessary to play with other musicians. In group piano lessons, everyone plays in an ensemble, thus building the skills needed for strong solo playing and accompanying. Because you have multiple keyboards each student can choose a different voice for their part which helps them better hear the different parts.
Pianists often suffer from performance anxiety. In group piano lessons, students play for one another frequently in a safe, supported environment, thus reducing the cause of anxiety in advanced pianists. Everyone has an opportunity to perform what they have been working on for the class. It serves as a great motivator for the students to practice as they know they will get to perform at the very next class.
Parental participation keeps the parents aware of their progress. Since they are learning along with the student, they are able to support them throughout the week as they practice at home.
We are excited to be able to offer the Harmony Road Certified Music training program here in our Mountain Home, Idaho community.
The Harmony Road Music Course is an exciting, comprehensive music program, designed to help children discover the world of music through motivating materials and activities which develop the whole child.
Hearing ... feeling ... moving ... singing ... creating ... sharing ... reading ... and playing MUSIC ... children absorb and store musical patterns and concepts for enjoyment and growth in all of their musical endeavors.
Harmony Road Courses are group lessons that include parent involvement in each lesson ensuring clear understanding for both parent and child. Harmony Road's comprehensive music programs get children off to a great start and grow with them ... year after year.
Private Violin lessons are currently available from Sarah Wakefield. She has been playing from age 3 and played with the Boise Youth Symphony for years. Sarah is now attending BSU on a music scholarship. She is available Saturdays and some week nights. Please Call 208-599-5517 to setup lesson times.
Offering guitar lessons for all ages, beginner to advanced. He has been teaching for over 10 years and knows how to help you become a better player. He can teach any music or style. Please call 208-599-5517 to schedule your private or group lessons.
Voice - We are now offering voice lessons for ages 7 to adult. Our new teacher has been teaching music and voice lessons for 18 years and would love to teach you or your child how to sing with more skill and confidence. Please call to schedule your lesson.
Flute - We are offering private flute lessons for ages 8 to adult. Our instructor has been teaching eighteen years. For more information and to schedule your lesson, please call.
Whether you're 2 or 92, you can benefit mentally, physically and socially from playing a musical instrument.
Everyone knows that playing musical instrument is fun and entertaining. But did you also know that playing music is scientifically proven to benefit people of all ages.
Children and Teens -- Playing music positively affects the development of children's cognitive skills. It builds confidence, self-discipline and inspires creativity. Also playing music can increase productivity and help kids and teens connect socially with their peers.
Adults and Seniors -- Playing exercises the brain and helps fight memory loss. It helps reduce stress and lower blood pressure. And it can stave off depression and loneliness.
So no matter what age you are it's never to late to start learning to play an instrument or sing just for the love and fun of it.
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517 N Main St. • Moutain Home, ID 83647