Questions? We have answers!
Can an adult really learn a new instrument?
Yes! We have heard many adults say that it’s too late for them to learn to play an instrument. Every time, as our students start applying the principles of learning their native language to playing music, they begin to discover that magic touch of making music for themselves.
How long can I take lessons? Can I try a few lessons first?
Absolutely! We have a variety of formats designed to maximize your music learning, enjoyment. There are introductory packages of lessons or ongoing courses to accommodate your schedule.
Do I have to have an instrument to begin?
No. You can conveniently arrange to borrow one for your first lesson, lease a high-quality instrument, or purchase one for yourself to keep.
What are the benefits of learning a new instrument as an adult?
As scientists study the factors that lead into healthy aging of the brain, they agree that staying active, engaging in social activities and learning new skills can contribute to brain health as we age. Music lessons provide all three!
How can music lessons benefit those suffering from dementia?
For the more than 5 million Americans who already suffer from Alzheimer’s or dementia, music can not only be a pleasant link to the past, but a nourishing connection to the present.
I’m ready to get started! What do I do next?
Fill out our contact form, call us at (214) 269-8545, or talk to your residence manager to arrange a class for you.