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Do you want to know how music lessons benefit children? Then, read this article to discover 4 benefits of music lessons!
If you are looking to learn a new instrument, consider picking up the bass guitar. Read on for 5 reasons why you should start taking bass guitar lessons.
If you’re looking for guitar lessons in Granite Bay, there are a few key things you need to know in order to get the right teacher.
Wondering about the many benefits of learning to play the drums? Click here to learn why you should take the best drum lessons Granite Bay musicians love.
Excelling in music starts with choosing the right music instructor. Pick the perfect one by looking for these 6 qualities.
There are many educational benefits for children who learn to play music. Check out our guide about starting music lessons, the best age, instruments and more.
Piano lessons: Do you want to start learning to play the piano? Would you like to know how to find the best teacher? Read on to learn more.
You might be a powerful singer, but could your vocal technique use some refinement? This guide to voice lessons Granite Bay explains 5 signs the answer is yes.
Taking guitar lessons is a great way to learn a new skill and increase your creativity. Click here to learn more about the rewarding benefits of guitar lessons.
If I had to ask you right now to imagine your greatest fear, I would venture to guess you would say something along the lines of: snakes, sharks, heights, the existential dread of recognizing our own mortality, etc., etc. However, research hasshown that the number one...
Picture this: You look at the clock. It’s 4:32 pm on Wednesday afternoon. You’vebeen practicing for what feels like hours. Your hands are cramping from holding yourguitar, your back is sore from sitting at your drum kit, or your throat is tired from singingthe same...
The idea of making music may seem somewhat pointless right now. Doing anything can feel pointless right now, actually. Live music isn’t happening, collaborative music-making is a huge risk, and life in general just feels…bleak. But we at Music Lab would like to offer...
Anyone who makes music will tell you: there’s no greater joy in the world than playing asong that feels good, and I mean really feels good. When you find that groove, riff, lick,run…it’s incredible. It feels like coming home after a long day at work and kicking...
It’s an all-too-familiar feeling. You’ve been practicing for weeks, maybe even months. You know you’re ready. Your teacher knows you’re ready. You feel ready. You step on stage and...suddenly you panic. You find yourself shaking. Your palms are sweaty. Everything...
So...you’re interested in vocal lessons...what now? Rest assured, it’s not as scary as you might think. You don’t need any kind of previous experience with vocal lessons or any kind of training, you don’t need to already be an amazing vocalist, you don’t...
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