Parents can’t help but beam when their daughter completes a flawless violin recital or when their son masters a complex piano solo. They have every right to be proud. Learning a musical instrument is part skill and part discipline. It takes practice and devotion to confidently play an instrument – whether as a soloist or part of an orchestra or high school marching band.
Columbia Arts Academy Reaches 20,000 Students With Musical Ladder System
The easy part of developing a new skill is signing up. The tough part comes in staying motivated and sticking with it. The same can be said for music lessons. Enrolling a child is just the first step.