- Love of making music for one’s own and others enjoyment.
- Expressing oneself in a controlled area.
- Technical skill exercises aid in developing good eye-hand coordination.
- Self-control is a by-product of this disciplined activity.
- Practice habits are developed to encourage and insure steady progress.
- Listening skills develop to support playing skills.
- Art form that enhances the child’s reasoning skills as seen with higher SAT scores every year.
- You become comfortable in expressing yourself with the element of music creation at the piano. Also you come to enjoy sharing your skills with friends, family for various functions at school or church.
- Patience develops as a by-product of practice. Things do not happen overnight but through patient perseverance.
- Interpretational skills develop through practice & experimentation.
- Appreciation for all types of music and how you become able to convey an emotion through your own interpretation of music to others.
- Nurtures need of self-expression. Necessitates a student to become fluent in naming notes and reading rhythm patterns so that music reading becomes an automatic reflex.
- Organizational skills are developed in learning how to budget time for practice which carries over to all academic disciplines.
Carol C. Angus Piano Studio
303 Baywood Road, West Chester, PA 19382